Wrist arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure performed to view, diagnose, and treat problems of your wrist joint. The arthroscope is a thin tube with a camera, lens, and light source. One or two small half-inch incisions, known as portals, are made on the back of your wrist., and the arthroscope and special surgical instruments are inserted into your wrist through these portals.
Wrist arthroscopy may be necessary to help in diagnosing:
Wrist arthroscopy is also used to treat conditions such as:
Dr. Mayor has made presentations at medical conferences in California and Michigan, and delivered 13 Grand Rounds presentations in Flint, Michigan and Spokane, Washington. He received a first-place award for one of his oral presentations. Dr. Mayor has been published in the Journal of Heart Rhythm as a contributing researcher, and as the lead researcher on an article published in the Iowa Orthopedic Journal.