Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive technique used to diagnose and/or treat various conditions affecting the joints, such as the ankle joint. Over the years, ankle arthroscopy has become a common orthopedic procedure performed to manage various ankle disorders, such as those caused by degenerative diseases, trauma, and neoplastic conditions.
Arthroscopic surgery of the ankle joints is becoming the standard for most surgeons since it allows them to perform complex procedures with minimal risks of complications.
If you have an upcoming ankle arthroscopy, then read on to gain some reassurance about the procedure, how you can prepare for it, and the recovery timeline.
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