Arthroscopy is a medical procedure, which surgeons employ for visualizing, diagnosing, and treating problems inside a joint. The term “arthroscopy” means “to look within the joint.” In such an examination, a small incision is made by the doctor, and some instruments are inserted. These instruments are pencil-sized and contain a lighting system and a small lens to properly view the inner structure of the affected area. Arthroscopy helps in conducting a final diagnosis which is more accurate than open surgeries and x-rays. The popularity of the surgery has increased over time, as it is conducted with a lot of athletes, and the patient takes less time to recover from it.