Wrist arthroscopy is a modern and advanced method of diagnosing and treating all kinds of acute and chronic wrist disorders. It is an operation in which the surgeon looks directly at the joint surfaces with a specialised telescope and a can see the cause and treat wrist disorders. Wrist arthroscopy has led to the diagnosis and classification of injuries that were previously not well understood or described (such as wrist ligament injuries). I use it for diagnostic purposes and as an aid to the treatment of wrist ligament injuries, wrist fractures and triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) problems. It is minimally invasive and leaves only tiny, often imperceptible scars.