Ankle arthroscopy

Ankle arthroscopy is a surgical procedure that uses small fiber optic camera systems to examine and treat the ankle joint and surrounding structures using minimally invasive techniques. It allows for the diagnosis and treatment of cartilage lesions in the ankle joint, as well as gathering information about the degree of injury to ligaments and tendons in the surrounding area.
Treatment of ankle arthroscopy can be easily performed under regional anesthesia, and patients can be discharged on the same day or the following day. The rate of complications that may occur after the procedure is very low.