What Is Wrist Arthroscopy?
Wrist arthroscopy is a procedure that uses a small surgical camera and surgical tools through tiny incisions to treat chronic pain or loss of function in the wrist due to damaged cartilage, ligaments, or bone spurs.
Damage can be the result of previous injuries (such as repetitive sprains or a fracture) or arthritis and can limit day-to-day mobility.
The Board Certified Orthopedic Hand and Wrist Surgeons at OrthoNeuro are experts in wrist arthroscopy procedures and have helped thousands of patients return to an active and healthy lifestyle following this procedure.
How Is Wrist Arthroscopy Performed?
At OrthoNeuro, wrist arthroscopy is performed as an outpatient procedure so you are able to return home the same day as your procedure.