Tibial Plateau Fracture Surgical Procedure (Arthroscopically Assisted)

Tibial Plateau Fractures are complicated injuries which have in the past required surgical measures resulting in large scars and soft tissue damage. However, after extensive review of the literature and prolonged experience with various operative techniques used to fix different types of tibial plateau fractures Professor Munjed Al Muderis has developed an Arthroscopically Assisted minimally invasive technique to fix any kind of tibial plateau fracture.

This technique utilises arthroscopic technology (key hole surgery) to visualise the fracture and secure its accurate reduction, followed by internal fixation using a pre-contoured periarticular plate via a minimally invasive (small incision) technique.

In this video, Professor Munjed Al Muderis takes you through the steps involved in this very effective Tibial Plateau Fracture operation.