If you have just had shoulder surgery, you may be aware of the fact that you have more pain in bed at night. There are several reasons for this: when we sleep, it is normal to bend on one or both hands under a pillow, or sleep on one side, or move naturally to the fetal position. All of these positions exert excessive pressure on your shoulders. If you sleep
The shoulder has the most flexibility which allows you to move your arms in all directions but also makes your arms vulnerable to injury. Frequent injuries to the shoulder include a rotator cuff muscle fracture, a partial or complete dislocation of the shoulder cavity and a broken collar. In many cases, non-surgical treatment options such as physiotherapy are sufficient to relieve symptoms, but surgery is sometimes necessary. In severe cases of
Our shoulder plays a crucial role in our day to day life. Shoulder problems like shoulder instability, rotator cuff tear, shoulder separation, bone spurs, and ligament damage make daily tasks difficult, or even painful. Acute injuries resulted from an accident or while playing sports, or the effects of arthritis might also result in more severe forms of shoulder problems and discomfort. What to do to eliminate this discomfort? Several treatment options
My mother M. Seetharathnam had a shoulder injury two years back. She was not able to lift her hand and lived in pain. We have consulted Dr. Chandra Shekar and he performed Shoulder Arthroscopy. Now my mother was very happy as she recovered well and able to all her works on her own. We are very much thankful to Dr. Chandra Shekar.