General Orthopedics

At OSNI, we bring quality care to our patients using the most advanced technology including arthroscopic and minimally invasive procedures. We provide advanced and complete comprehensive Orthopedic care for pain and injuries.

Arthroscopy is a type of surgery used by orthopedic surgeons. Through the use of tiny instruments, a fiber optic camera and a TV monitor surgeons are able to access and visualize joints in the body. The most commonly performed arthroscopy procedures are performed on the knee and shoulder. Other joints include the hip, spine, elbow, wrist, and ankle. Because of arthroscopy, conditions that were once treated using open surgery can be treated using a minimally invasive approach.



Arthroscopic surgery allows surgeons to take small incisions rather than large ones. This decreases recovery time because of the muscles and soft tissues of the joint experience less trauma. It also decreases the amount of pain associated with surgery and minimizes scarring. Athletes have seen tremendous benefits because of arthroscopic surgery. Following injury, they are able to return to competition in a shorter period of time.

Conditions Treated

The following are the most common injuries/conditions that are treated with arthroscopic surgery:


  • Meniscus tears. Tearing of the cartilage that cushions the knee joint.
  • ACL tears. Tearing of the ligament that is responsible for knee stability and movement.
  • Osteoarthritis (OA). Degeneration of knee bone, cartilage, and soft tissue.


  • Rotator cuff tears. Tearing of the tendons that are responsible for rotating and elevating the shoulder.
  • Labrum tears. Tearing of the soft tissue that helps hold the shoulder in its socket.


  • Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). Impingement between the two bones that make up the ball and socket hip joint.
  • Labrum tears. Tearing of the soft tissue that helps hold the hip in place.


  • Disc Herniation. Slipping of the shock absorbing discs that lie between adjacent spinal vertebrae.
  • Degenerative discs. Discs that have been affected by osteoarthritis.


  • Carpal tunnel syndrome. Pinching (at the wrist) of the median nerve that supplies the hand and several fingers.
  • Osteoarthritis (OA). Degeneration of the wrist bone, cartilage, and soft tissue.

The Future
As physicians and scientists continue to search for new and better ways to perform surgery, it is expected that more arthroscopic surgical solutions will be found.

Our Specialties

The team at OSNI covers a wide variety of specialties for orthopedic needs. Take a look at them all below and reach out to our team by visiting our contact page to schedule a visit.