No. Knee arthroscopy can be done at an ambulatory surgery center. Several physicians have asc located on the same campus as their office. Knee arthroscopy however is not a office based procedure.
It depends. If his clinic has a surgicenter associated with it, then yes he can. Also, there is a type of knee arthroscopy that can be done in the office only as a diagnostic arthroscopy using a particular type of equipment. No intervention can be done with that type of arthroscopy, however.
Camera in joint. A procedure where two or more small incisions are made too allow for a small camera and instruments to be placed into the knee joint to perform various different procedures. Read more...