Block or General
Shoulder Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure orthopedic surgeons use to diagnose and treat problems inside the shoulder. A small incision is made in the skin and then a pencil-sized instrument, called arthroscope, is inserted to provide us a clear view of the shoulder interior.
Compared with standard open surgery, which requires a larger incision in the skin, arthroscopy is less painful, carries less risk of infection, and has a faster recovery time.
Subacromial Impingement Syndrome
Rotator cuff tears
Damaged biceps tendon