Arthroscopy

Arthroscopy

Arthroscopy is a minimally-invasive diagnostic and treatment procedure used for conditions of a joint. Originally, arthroscopy was a diagnostic tool only, used primarily for planning a standard open surgery. However, because of the development of new instruments and advanced surgical techniques, many conditions can also be treated with arthroscopic surgery.

Conditions most frequently discovered during arthroscopy:

  • inflammation
  • rotator cuff tendon tears, impingement syndrome, and recurrent dislocations
  • pieces of loose bone and/or cartilage

 

After Surgery/Recovery

Physical Therapy is a critical part of complete recovery. Our doctors recommend DMC's Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, with 30 convenient locations across southeastern Michigan. To find one near you, click here.

Non-Operative Sports Medicine Specialists 
Britta Anderson, DO
(Offices in Warren, Detroit, Plymouth & Farmington Hills)
Tariq Awan, DO
(Offices in Detroit, Warren, Farmington Hills & Dearborn)
Sadiq Haque, DO 
(Offices in Detroit, Novi, Warren, Farmington Hills & Dearborn)


Expert Shoulder Orthopaedic Surgeons

Stephen Lemos, M.D. Ph.D.
(Offices in Warren, Farmington Hills & Dearbron)
Todd Frush, M.D.
(Office in Plymouth)
Henry Goitz, M.D.
(Office in Warren)
Robert Kohen, M.D.
(Office in Warren)
Jeffery Michaelson, M.D.
(Office in Warren)
Gary Gilyard, M.D. (Office in Warren)
 

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