Meniscus Repair Surgery 2018-09-19T20:46:59+00:00

Meniscus Repair Surgery in Tijuana, Mexico

Our Price starts at: $ 6,500 USD

The meniscus cartilage has a very important role in the knee joint, in most cases all the pressure of the patients weight is held in this cartilage. If there is any type of damage to the meniscus tissue the pressure goes to the articular cartilage starting to cause degenerative changes in the entire joint.

Our patients experiencing a meniscus tear, feel: pain and swellin in the knee joint, making it worse when they practice sports of physicial activities.

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Meniscus Repair Surgery

Candidates for Meniscus Repair Surgery:

A meniscus tear can be considered a minimal injury treated by non-surgical treatments. However, patients consider surgery in the following cases:

  • Patient wants to keep an active lifestyle.
  • Patients wants to remain playing sports.
  • Patients have the tear is in the pleriphery.
  • The patients tissue is good and can take the surgery.
  • Patients older than 60 years old, whose meniscus cartilage weakened with age.
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Meniscus Repair Surgery

Orthopedic Surgery Center of Excellence

A meniscus tear can be more serious when the torn fragments get caught in the knee joint, making the knee to stop functioning and the patients not being able to use it. In other cases, patients have a meniscus tear and an injured ACL or MCL, which are ligaments that hold the knee joint together.

At Angeles Health Mexico Dr. Garin has treated many patients with meniscus problems and performs this surgery as a regular component of his work.

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Best Meniscus Repair Surgery in Tijuana, Mexico

Most Trusted and Recognized hospital for +10 years

With over 5 million patients treated each year, Hospital Angeles Tijuana is the leading medical tourism center in Mexico. Our state-of-the-art facilities are the only full-scale certified hospital facilities in Tijuana.

  • Only Internationally certified full-scale hospital in Tijuana, Mexico.
  • Personalized attention with US based case managers
  • Home to Dr. Dario Garin and Dr. Fernando Izquierdo two of the leading Orthopedic and Spine Surgeons in Mexico
  • Most prestigious hospital name in Mexico for over 10 years
  • Best technologically advanced medical facilities in Tijuana
  • Shuttle Service
  • Best Facilities and Amenities
  • Comfortable rooms with companion accommodations
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Meniscus Repair Surgery FAQ´s

Frequently-Asked-Question about Meniscus Repair Surgery

For more information about our packages and how having Meniscus Repair Surgery at Angeles Health International helps you move your knee freely and pain free, please read our most frequently asked questions or contact us today using our FREE consultation form at the bottom of the page.

At Angeles Hospital, our surgeons perform Meniscus Repair Surgery under local anesthesia. Our surgery is a minimally invasive procedure, where our surgeon makes a small incision and use thin and small surgical tools to repair the meniscus by trimming or removing just the damage portion of the tissue. They procedure to close with sutures and surgical staples.

After their Meniscus Repair Surgery, patients will need to use a brace or cast to keep the knee joint stable and make sure it has a proper healing. Physicial therapy will be needed to increase the knee motion and strengh. In some cases, patients may have to use crutches to remove the pressure from the knee joint.

Meniscus Repair Surgery has the same risks as any other surgical procedure. In addition, patients can experience the following complications:

  • Injury to nerves.
  • Blood clots.
  • Stiffness.
  • Infection.

Orthopedic Surgery

Orthopedic Surgery Center of Excellence

At Angeles Hospital in Tijuana, Mexico we offer a wide range of orthopedic surgeries for any type of orthopedic challenge. Our state-of-the-art certified hospital facilities provides the latest medical technologies, and the most trusted and recognized orthopedic surgeon names in Mexico.

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