The shoulder joint is ball and socket joint. The ball is the top of a rounded bone in the upper arm (humerus) that fits into a socket, the cup-shaped outer part of the shoulder blade. When the head of the humerus is moved from its usual place to the shoulder joint, it is said to be shoulder dislocation. Unexplained shoulder pain can mean many things, including dislocation. In some cases,
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
I’m a professional kabaddi player, I had a shoulder injury during an event. One of my relatives suggested consulting Dr. Chandra Sekhar for shoulder treatment. He evaluated the problem and suggested keyhole surgery. The surgery was successful and I’m back into my game again. I would like to thank Dr. Chandra Sekhar for his wonderful treatment.
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
Arthroscopic shoulder surgery is to treat rotator cuff tear. The rotator cuff is a group of tendons and muscles in a shoulder. Helps to lift and rotate arms. It keeps your shoulder joint in place. But sometimes the rotator cuff tendons are torn or pinched by the surrounding bones by Injuries, such as falling on the arm. But wear and tear from time to time can also affect your shoulders.