Chronic knee problems may require knee surgery. Knee Replacement Surgery involves replacing the damaged knee with a knee implant. In some circumstances when only part of the knee is damaged, a Partial Knee Replacement surgery may be the best option.

Arthroscopic Hip Surgery is done through a small incision in the hip. A camera inserted into the incision allows the surgeon to view the damaged area and remove or replace tissue if needed.

If a patient breaks his hip bone, or has severe hip pain, he or she may require a total or partial hip replacement. A total hip replacement involves replacing all of the hip with a hip implant, while a partial hip replacement involves replacing only a portion of the hip.

Arthroscopic knee surgery is done through a small incision. A camera is inserted into the knee and allows the surgeon to view a clear image of the damaged area.