Arthroscopy - Information, specialists, frequent questions.

Experts in arthroscopy

Find an expert in Arthroscopy in your city:
Adrian Munyard

Adrian Munyard

Orthopaedic surgeon

North Adelaide

Alan Prosser

Alan Prosser

Orthopaedic surgeon

Leederville

Alex O'Beirne

Alex O'Beirne

Orthopaedic surgeon

Subiaco

Alexander Burns

Alexander Burns

Orthopaedic surgeon

Turner

Allan Clarke

Allan Clarke

Orthopaedic surgeon

Buderim

Allan Skirving

Allan Skirving

Orthopaedic surgeon

Subiaco

Questions about Arthroscopy

Our experts have answered 3 questions about Arthroscopy

 Ian Skinner
Ian Skinner
Orthopaedic surgeon
Palmyra
If you are asking about replacement of the knee (and not arthroscopy), as a general guide, you can expect a 50% recovery in 6 weeks, 90% recovery by 3 months, with the last 10% taking at least…
1 answers

Dr. Simon Kinny
Dr. Simon Kinny
Orthopaedic surgeon
Lismore
Erb's palsy is a birth injury to the nerves near the shoulder, often resulting in lifelong functional limitations to the upper limb. An arthroscopy of the shoulder joint (ie a keyhole sugery…
1 answers

Dr. Justin Webb
Dr. Justin Webb
Orthopaedic surgeon
North Adelaide
An arthroscopy refers to key hole surgery of a joint. The knee and shoulder are the most common joints to have arthroscopic surgery but it can also be performed on the ankle, hip, wrist and elbow.
2 answers

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