Knee Surgery: Experts in Advanced Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty Procedures
When severe knee pain does not respond to conservative, non-invasive treatment, surgery can help to relieve discomfort and other associated symptoms. Health City Cayman Islands provides exceptional, patient-centric orthopaedic care such as knee replacements, fracture fixation, and revisions to address infection to restore normal function of the impacted knee joint and allow patients to resume an active lifestyle as swiftly as possible.
Our JCI accredited facility utilises evidence-based techniques and cutting-edge medical devices, such as computer navigation for joint replacements, to promote optimum patient outcomes. Under the direction of Dr. Alwin Almeida, Senior Surgeon, Orthopaedics and Joint Replacement Surgery, thousands of patients are now experiencing freedom from knee pain and increased mobility as a result of the surgical care they received from our team of world-class orthopaedic surgeons.
Indications for Arthroscopic Knee SurgeryArthroscopy is used to diagnose and repair meniscal injuries, restore anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) or posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) tears, remove debris, perform lateral release and treat microfractures near the joint. This type of minimally invasive surgery is precise and controlled, resulting in minimal intraoperative trauma, reduced scarring, and quicker postoperative healing time.
If the following symptoms persist after nonsurgical methods have been exhausted, surgery may be indicated:
Arthroscopy Surgery Options
Indications for Arthroplasty of the KneeArthroplasty procedures are typically reserved for conditions that require more extensive rebuilding of the knee joint, or degeneration of the joint that has resulted in painful bone-on-bone contact. We provide numerous options for those requiring knee replacement surgery, and will help you decide which procedure is the most optimal.
The following are common conditions that can make you a suitable candidate for knee arthroplasty:
Traumatic injury including sports-related injuries that are extensive in nature
Degeneration due to arthritis
Age-related joint deterioration