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With abundant clinical experience,  we provide medical services and treatment of even difficult procedures,

including surgical and we always think twice for the best comfort of the patient.

 

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All treatments for knees are supported by Inbone Hospital.

Meniscus tear
Cruciate Ligament Rupture (front / rear)
Knee cartilage damage
Degenerative arthritis
Treatment method

아이콘 Meniscus tear

The meniscus is the cartilage tissue located on the inside and outside of the knee joint, absorbing the shock transmitted to the knee, reducing friction and protecting the articular cartilage.
Meniscus ruptured due to external shock, extreme movement, or degenerative change is difficult to heal on its own due to many areas where blood does not pass, and further rupture proceeds over time.

아이콘 Diagnosis

Meniscal tears cannot be diagnosed by X-ray examination, and if suspected, MRI can be used to determine the exact location and extent of damage.

아이콘 Representative Symptoms

아이콘 Your knees often swollen and hurt.

아이콘 As you go up and down the stairs, you squat and get up on your knees when you get up.

아이콘 When you suddenly change direction, you feel your knees caught.

아이콘 Your knees will be fully stretched out and will be difficult to bend.

주사기 Treatment

Non-surgical treatment: medication, fixation (gibbs or brace), physiotherapy, injection treatment, manual rehabilitation treatment

Surgical treatment: Cartilage resection, Cartilage repair, Cartilage transplantation

아이콘 Cruciate Ligament Rupture (front / rear)

The cruciate ligaments are located at the center of the knee and are attached to each other in front of each other in an X-shape to connect the femur and tibia.
Provides stability to prevent knees from swinging back and forth. Sports activity or accidents caused a moment
If it is delivered to the knee, it can cause the injury to break beyond the ligament’s stretchable limit.
When a cruciate ligament ruptures, natural healing is rare. Over time, cartilage damage and arthritis can occur.

아이콘 DIAGNOSIS

Cruciate ligament rupture cannot be diagnosed by X-ray examination, and if suspected, MRI can be used to determine the exact location and extent of the injury.

아이콘 Representative Symptoms

아이콘 There is severe pain associated with the sound or feeling of “knocking” and breaking inside the knee.

아이콘 The legs are relaxed, there is a wobbly feeling.

아이콘 Severe joint swelling in the knee that causes blood to build up.

주사기 TREATMENT

Non-surgical treatment: medication, fixation (gibbs or brace), physiotherapy, injection treatment, manual rehabilitation treatment

Surgical treatment: Reconstruction of the joint arthroscopic cruciate ligament

아이콘 Knee cartilage damage

Cartilage is a soft, smooth white tissue that surrounds the ends of the bones that make up the joint. It is responsible for minimizing friction when moving and absorbing the shock transmitted to the joint. If these cartilage is damaged and missing or worn out, it can cause cold and painful symptoms. If the damage is minor, you may not feel any special symptoms, and if it worsens, you will progress to degenerative arthritis, so early diagnosis and treatment are important.

아이콘 TREATMENT

아이콘 If cartilage damage is severe, X-ray examination may show a decrease in joint spacing.

아이콘 If in doubt, MRI may be done to determine the exact location and extent of the injury.

아이콘 Early injuries are difficult to detect by MRI, and the exact degree of cartilage damage can be ascertained by arthroscopy.

아이콘 Representative symptoms

아이콘 Edema with mild pain develops.

아이콘 Edema with mild pain develops.

주사기 TREATMNET

Non-surgical treatment: medication, fixation (gibbs or brace), physiotherapy, injection treatment, manual rehabilitation treatment

Surgical treatment: Microfracture, autogenous osteochondral graft, stem cell treatment according to the degree and size of cartilage damage

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