An invasive technique to investigate and cure joint ailments is called arthroscopy. Dr. Pankaj Soni specializes in arthroscopy for the shoulder, knee, ankle, and elbow joints, employing advanced techniques to address various orthopedic conditions effectively.

Dr. Soni utilizes arthroscopy to treat a range of conditions, including ligament tears, cartilage damage, tendon injuries, and joint inflammation. Whether it’s a sports injury or degenerative joint disease, arthroscopy offers precise diagnosis and targeted treatment options.

Recovery times can change based on the particular treatment. But when it comes to arthroscopic surgery, Dr. Soni uses minimally invasive methods, which usually resulting in quicker recovery periods than with open surgery.

Throughout your appointment, Dr. Soni will do a thorough examination of your problem, including an investigation of your medical records and diagnostic imaging. He will discuss your symptoms, available treatments, and any concerns you may have in order to make you feel comfortable with the suggested treatment plan of action for your recovery.

While arthroscopy is considered a safe and effective procedure, like any surgery, it carries some risks. These may include infection, bleeding, nerve or blood vessel damage, and adverse reactions to anesthesia. Dr. Soni will discuss these risks with you during your consultation and take measures to minimize them during surgery.

Yes, diagnostic imaging, such as X-rays, MRI scans, or CT scans, may be necessary to accurately assess the extent of your joint injury or condition.

To make sure you’re comfortable both during and after arthroscopic surgery, Dr. Pankaj Soni uses cutting-edge pain management techniques. This involves the use of appropriate painkillers, local anaesthetic, or precise nerve blocks.


Dr. Soni also incorporates physiotherapy as a crucial part of your treatment. Physiotherapy helps to improve joint mobility, build muscle, and support total rehabilitation. Dr. Soni wants to make sure you heal as quickly as possible and restore function and mobility.

Yes, many patients are able to resume sports and physical activities following joint replacement surgery.


However, it’s essential to follow post-operative guidelines and gradually reintroduce activities to prevent injury and ensure optimal healing.