book-a-consultationDo you need an arthroscopic lateral release? See why it is done. An arthroscopic lateral release is done for the following conditions in India

I prefer to do it by a semi open method after a preliminary arthroscopy to evaluate maltracking, and the status of the knee. Arthroscopic lateral release avoids the division of the retinacular arteries and postoperative hematomas. I splint the knee for 24 hours and then commence CPM. Cryotherapy is used for a week. Partial weight bearing crutch ambulation is advisable for six weeks. Return to normal activity is possible after six weeks.


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