Rotator Cuff Surgery: Purpose, Procedure, Risks, Recovery

Rotator cuff is a collective name for the musculoskeletal soft tissue surrounding the shoulder joint. Four muscles viz. Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres Minor and Subscapularis along with their tendons are involved in the formation of rotator cuff. Rotator cuff provides strength, stability and mobility to the shoulder joint.

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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…

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Arthroscopic Repair of Supraspinatus Tear

History: 80-yr-old lady with severe pain in her left shoulder and inability to raise arm above her head along with extreme pain in the night. Case: The pictures show a full tear of the Supraspinatus which is retracted and the numeral head is visible. The Supraspinatus was arthroscopically repaired by Arthroscopy Specialist in Mumbai, Dr.…

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Back in Action after Shoulder Replacement Surgery

An active life suddenly gone kaput because of constant pain and shoulder issues? Extreme shoulder pain and problems usually have that tendency to impact both mental and physical health. People who enjoy participating in outdoor activities like playing a game of tennis, biking and jogging in free time find it extremely difficult to cope with…

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Everything about Frozen Shoulder

A frozen shoulder, also known as Adhesive Capsulitis can be a very daunting experience and it may well be one of the main causes of your persistent shoulder pain. It occurs over time, and could hamper your ability to perform basic daily activities. Frozen Shoulder Symptoms: The most important obvious symptoms of a frozen shoulder…

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Shoulder Replacement Surgery – What to Expect?

Though less common than Total Knee Replacement, Shoulder Replacement is just as successful in relieving joint pain. It involves removing the damaged parts and replacing them with artificial components, called prosthesis. The surgery not only relieves you from your unbearable chronic joint pain, but also improves your day-to-day mobility. Let’s have a look at the…

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Shoulder Replacement for Improving Quality of Life

Though not as common as Total Knee Replacement, it is just as successful in relieving joint pain. Total Shoulder Replacement Surgery for addressing shoulder fractures was first performed in the United States in the 1950s. Since then it has been a successful procedure in treating various types of shoulder issues. Busting common myths about Shoulder…

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