Can my doctor do the knee arthroscopy in his clinic?

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.
Not likely. Unless the md has a surgical center in his office. Scopes require general anesthesia and pristine sterilization. The equipment for the case is quite elaborate and expensive, so most often it is owned by a hospital.

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