Repairing Shoulder Tear of a 65-years-old Patient During COVID-19

History: A 65 years old man was unable to sleep or put any pressure on his shoulders due to severe shoulder tear.


Case: This man was operated by Dr. Amyn Rajani, Joint Replacement & Arthroscopy Specialist in COVID-19 times. An arthroscopic repair is essential for Supraspinatus tear. Due to having zero strength in Supraspinatis muscle and a full-thickness tear, performing double row repair is much stronger. It will also help the patient in faster recovery as compared to the traditional single-row repair procedure. Physiotherapy can begin after 3 weeks post the surgical procedure to regain complete movement of the shoulder.


Repairing Shoulder Tear of a 65-years-old Patient During COVID-19

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  7. Anand Jim. J.

    It’s a full thickness tear. Not a complete rupture. Moreover studies has found out that, rotator cuff tears are found even on asymptomatic shoulder Joints. Surgery is not the evidence based treatment.

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