Knee Arthroscopy is defined as a surgical procedure used by doctors to examine, diagnose, and treat problems of knee joint. Arthroscopic knee surgery is one of the most common surgical procedures performed by an orthopedist. It is also called "scoping the knee". It can be a treatment option for certain types of knee pain. A variety of surgical procedures can be performed arthroscopically, utilizing small incisions and minimizing soft tissue damage. The advantage of arthroscopy is that it can be performed without damaging normal structures around the joint.