Session: Foot and Ankle Arthroscopy

Foot and Ankle Arthroscopy


Foot and ankle keyhole surgery or arthroscopy is the process of inserting a small telescope and instruments through miniscule incisions in the foot and ankle joint, to examine and to treat the damaged tissues. There are several complications which can occur in foot and ankle, such as neurologic, tendon, and ligament injuries, wound complications, infections, and instrument breakage. The most common complication is neurologic injury. In recent studies and clinical findings results are have shown that these types of ankle and foot infections may be diagnosed and, in many cases, it has been effectively treated arthroscopically.

·         Anatomy Study
·         Injury and surgical techniques
·         New Treatment Strategies
·         Risk Factors