Arthroscopy of the Wrist and Hand

Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive technique that allows Dr. Morse to visualize the inside of a joint. The wrist is one of the most common joints to undergo arthroscopy. The technique allows your surgeon to treat disorders and problems through very small incisions.

During arthroscopy, Dr. Morse inserts a tiny camera attached to the end of a narrow fiber optic tube through a small incision at the wrist joint. On a television monitor, the doctor can easily see the small structures in the wrist, which allows for more accurate diagnosis.