Dr. Muthus Multishospital

Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine

Orthopaedics (Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine)

Sports Medicine

The speciality of Sports Medicine deals with preventing, diagnosing, treating, and rehabilitating injuries caused by athletic activity. The majority of these disorders are treated using arthroscopic surgery, a minimally invasive technique. Sports injuries requiring support can be treated with PRP injections & Kinesio taping techniques.

In Sports Medicine, orthopaedic surgeons, non-operative sports specialists, rehabilitation specialists, athletic trainers, and physical therapists work together as a team. Dr.Muthus Hospitals is one of the best hospital for sports injuries which has the most skilled and experienced Sports Medicine Team. Our specialists perform thousands of sports surgeries for athletes of all levels each year using improved surgical techniques and advanced equipment.


At Dr.Muthus Hospitals, orthopaedic surgeons treat various bone and joint disorders with advanced and minimally invasive techniques. Orthopaedic surgeries with minimally invasive techniques are usually performed using an arthroscope, a thin, special tool designed to view and treat problems inside the joints. Unlike large incisions, the arthroscope requires only one or more tiny cuts through the skin to access the joint.

An arthroscope is equipped with an advanced miniature camera and a specialized lighting system that make it possible for the structures inside the joint to be viewed on a monitor. In addition to the arthroscope, the surgeon can attach tools to the end to remove tissue or bone that has become inflamed.

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At Dr.Muthus Hospitals, more than 300 arthroscopic procedures are performed each year. Surgical procedures involving the joints, such as arthroscopic or keyhole, are routinely performed. Arthroscopy is generally used to repair cartilage or meniscus damage in the knee and rotator cuff tears in the shoulder and hip resurfacing.

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