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Home » Arthroscopic Surgery Uses Tiny Incisions, Yields Huge Results

Arthroscopic Surgery Uses Tiny Incisions, Yields Huge Results

Procedure Effective for Problems With Hand, Wrist and More

Maybe it happened without warning while you were returning your opponent’s killer serve during a spirited game of tennis. Or perhaps it progressed slowly over the last few months while you sat at your computer and churned out page after page of work.

No matter how it occurred, pain in your hand or wrist can be crippling. But patients who need hand and wrist surgery in Paramus, NJ, and the rest of Bergen County can take comfort in the fact that the elite team of surgeons at Kayal Orthopaedic Center have the skill and training to properly diagnose your problem and get you the help—and relief—you need.

Dr. Robert Kayal and the rest of his experienced team never rush into surgery as a solution, whether you’re a candidate for hand and wrist surgery or hip replacement surgery in Paramus, NJ, and throughout Northeast New Jersey. They will explore nonsurgical and surgical options, developing a unique course of treatment that offers you the best possible outcome with the least possible inconvenience.

Eliminate Your Pain, Reclaim Your Life

If surgery is necessary, your doctor might recommend arthroscopy, a minimally invasive procedure that uses a camera and special instruments to achieve the pain relief and mobility you deserve.

During arthroscopic surgery, small incisions are used instead of traditional open incisions. There are numerous advantages to this type of surgery, including less trauma to the body, reduced blood loss, smaller scars, decreased pain, briefer hospitalization and speedier recuperation time.

In fact, many arthroscopic procedures can be performed on an outpatient basis, which means you get to return to the comfort of your own home without staying in the hospital overnight. Plus, arthroscopic surgery patients often resume normal activities faster and return to work sooner.

Arthroscopic surgery is frequently an option to repair both sports-related and non-sports-related injuries, along with wear-and-tear injuries.

Don’t think arthroscopy is an option for you? Think again. The physicians at Kayal have performed arthroscopic surgery on professional, college, high school and recreational athletes as well as senior citizens with degenerative injuries.

Here are just some of the injuries the professional team at Kayal can treat: ACL tears, arthritis, golfer’s elbow, hip bursitis, hip labral tears, knee bursitis, meniscus tears, osteoarthritis, patellar subluxation/dislocation, pinched nerves, rotator cuff injuries, shoulder bursitis, shoulder labral tears, tendinitis, tennis elbow and other sports-related injuries.

Schedule an Appointment With Kayal Orthopaedic Center

Kayal Orthopaedic Center is your one-stop destination for orthopaedic care, specializing in injury prevention, pain management, minimally invasive surgery and innovative therapies. Kayal and its elite team of thoroughly trained and highly experienced physicians are available in three convenient Garden State locations: 266 Harristown Road, Suite 107, Glen Rock; 784 Franklin Ave., Suite 250, Franklin Lakes; and 250 Old Hook Road, Suite 401, on the campus of HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley, Westwood. To schedule an appointment at any of our locations, call 844.281.1783 or contact us by filling out this form.