It is not very often that we acknowledge the importance of shoulders while reaching for items on a top shelf, while holding a hairdryer at a perfect angle, scooping a small child in the air, or while swinging a golf club. Flexible shoulder joints contribute to your overall physical strength and reduce the pressure laid on the bones, ligaments, and joints. Exercise is the key to maintaining or improving the
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
Every year, thousands of cases of conventional shoulder replacement are successful in shoulder arthritis patients all across India. However, this type of standard surgery is not very useful for patients with massive rotator cuff tears, and who have developed a sophisticated type of shoulder arthritis called cuff tear arthropathy. In these patients, shoulder joint replacement can cause pain and limited movement, then reverse shoulder replacement is a better choice. Patients with
Shoulder joint replacement is a beneficial surgical procedure to reduce pain and restores mobility in patients. One year after surgery, 95% of patients have the painless function, so they can do exercise with their shoulders well enough to improve strength and movement. Most shoulder replacement patients return to their preferred activities. It makes this procedure a precious choice for a large number of people who suffer shoulder pain due to
I met with a bike accident earlier this year. I have consulted our local doctor for treatment and he said I need to undergo shoulder arthroscopy and suggested to meet Dr. Chandra Sekhar. He performed Shoulder Arthroscopy Surgery in the month of April. It’s been around 7 months and now I’m perfectly able to move my hand in all directions. I’m very much thankful to Dr. Chandra Sekhar.
I’m suffering from pain due to Rheumatoid Arthritis for a long time. Our relatives suggested consulting Dr. Chandra Sekhar. He understood my problem and performed Shoulder Replacement Surgery. I have recovered within four months and i am happily able to all my works. Thank you Dr. Chandra Sekhar.
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
I’m a retired Doctor from Osmania General Hospital. Since about a year I was suffering shoulder pains, for both the shoulders. I have met other doctors but didn’t find a solution for my shoulder problem and they suggested to go for Shoulder Surgery. Then I approached Dr. Chandra Sekhar, after some other treatment options, he decided to perform Shoulder Arthroscopy to my right shoulder. It’s been five months since the
The Shoulder joint is one of the most flexible joints in the human body compared to other joints. The shoulder joint is a ball and socket between the scapula and the humerus. It is the primary connection that connects the upper limb to the trunk. The shoulder joint is different from other joints in the body. Its structure allows more movement than others. For free movement, the ball is much larger
Your shoulders are sensitive and complicated joints that are particularly easy to target, and if you put them under more pressure, you can end up with injuries that will cut you out of your daily work for months. However, you might have undergone specific shoulder injuries or they might even happen in the future sometime. Your shoulders are made up of the anterior (front delt), medial (side delt) and posterior (rear