A study published in a September 2008 edition of the New England Journal of Medicine showed that arthroscopic surgery doesn’t provide any significant benefit for moderate to severe arthritis of the knee. Arthroscopic surgery uses two long probes to re-knit your knee ligament. It does not require the knee to be cut fully open.
Some of my clients are injured, disabled or elderly. Many have some sort of knee inflammation, irritation, or injury. Knee injuries are often enough to change the lifestyle of a person, let alone remove the joy from movements that were once simple and effortless.