Diagnostic Ankle Arthroscopy

Doctors use MRIs, X-rays and CT scans to diagnose ankle disorders. When these are not enough, our experts have the ability to look directly inside the ankle. A procedure called ankle arthroscopy allows your doctor to see inside the joint by inserting a tiny camera through a small incision. This avoids the pain and inconvenience of exploratory surgery on the ankle.

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