Loose Bodies within the knee
Accidents can cause a fragment of cartilage or bone to come loose and float around the joint. Sometimes arthritic conditions may also cause loose bodies inside the joint. Depending on the size and location of the fragment, the orthopaedic surgeon may decide to reattach it or remove it entirely using the arthroscope.
Due to old age, most joints in the body, including the knee, may suffer from wear and tear. This results in pain and discomfort. If medication is not able to control the discomfort, the surgeon may choose to treat arthroscopically by shaving and smoothening the roughened surface of the bone and trimming of any damaged meniscus. Cleaning out the debris often helps reduce the pain.
I’m Shanthi, 45 years old, from Karur. I have been suffering from severe back pain for the past one year. I had consulted many Spine Specialists near my vicinity and none could give a solution to my problem.
I am Aravind Varma 19 years old, from Andhra Pradesh. I have been playing Basketball for the past 4 years. Recently I participated in the State level Competition held in Orissa. As I was about to shoot a goal during the match
I am Atul Thakur and I had injured my right knee on 5th of May while playing cricket. After my visit to Ortho-one I was instructed by Emergency ward Doctor to undergo a MRI scan , which concluded that I had a complete
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