Hip joint arthroscopy is a surgical treatment abroad that allows doctors to view the hip joint without making a large incision (cut) through the skin and other soft tissues. Arthroscopy is used to diagnose and treat a wide range of hip joint problems. During hip joint arthroscopy, your specialised orthopaedic surgeon inserts a small camera, called an arthroscope, into your hip joint. Hip joint arthroscopy abroad has been performed for many years, but is not as common as knee or shoulder arthroscopy.
Once the problem is clearly identified, your specialised orthopaedic surgeon will insert other small instruments through separate incisions to repair it. A range of treatments can be done, depending on your needs. For example, your specialised orthopaedic surgeon can:
• Smooth off torn cartilage or repair it
• Trim bone spurs caused by FAI
• Remove inflamed synovial tissue
Why patients chose to have hip joint arthroscopy abroad?
- Costs of total hip joint arthroscopy – hip joint arthroscopy abroad can often be found at a fraction of the price in the UK (between £300 – £1500).
- No waiting lists for hip joint arthroscopy –NHS are having long waiting lists for hip joint arthroscopy surgery (over 18 week), but by travelling abroad you can get treatment significantly sooner. And in almost all cases you will be able to get refund hip joint arthroscopy abroad.
- Specialised services – private clinics abroad tend to offer specialised orthopaedic surgeons, well educated medical staff newest medical equipment. In situations when you are paying for service, you are expecting high level orthopaedic surgeon and that is what private medical clinics abroad do offer. And who would not want to be treated by same doctor who have operated on sport stars.
Hip joint arthroscopy treatments can be covered by NHS and can be refunded, if hip joint arthroscopy treatment is received in a private clinic abroad. Hip joint arthroscopy abroad could be alternative you can afford.