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    Overview

    Common yet risky, shoulder surgery has the potential to cause significant problems. You may be able to get less intrusive therapy. Consider obtaining a second opinion on all of your treatment options before deciding to have surgery on your shoulder.

    Everything You Need To Know About Shoulder Surgeries

    What is It?

    An injured, degenerative, or diseased shoulder joint may be repaired by surgery. It is used to treat several shoulder-related ailments. Shoulder dislocations and separations are among the most prevalent examples. If a shoulder joint is injured, surgery may be able to restore pain-free mobility and complete function.

    The upper arm bone (humerus), the shoulder blade (scapula), and the collarbone (clavicle) comprise your shoulder joint. This joint is held together by ligaments, which are connective tissues. Your rotator cuff is made up of four muscles that round these bones. Tough connective tissue known as tendons connects these muscles to your bones. The bursa sac and joint fluid (synovial fluid) assist in cushioning your shoulder joint, as do the cartilage layers.

    When are they Needed?

    As a result of degenerative or sick shoulder joints, your doctor may prescribe that you undergo shoulder surgery.

    The humerus, scapula, and collarbone all come together to form the shoulder joint (clavicle). You have strong connective tissue in the form of tendons that link muscles to the bones of your shoulder and upper arm. The muscles and tendons that form the rotator cuff surround the shoulder joint. Your shoulder joint is held together by a network of ligaments that run between the bones. Bursa sacs cushion the shoulder joint between the bones and tendons.

    An injury or overuse of the shoulder joint may cause damage to the joint. Shoulder surgery may only be a possibility for you if you’ve exhausted all other treatment choices and none of them has helped. Before deciding on shoulder surgery, talk to your doctor about all of your treatment choices and consider obtaining a second opinion.

    Shoulder surgery may be recommended by your doctor if:

    • Osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis-induced inflammation of the shoulder
    • You may have bursitis, a condition in which your bursal sac becomes inflamed
    • Loose or torn cartilage is one example of a cartilage issue
    • Collarbone or humerus (upper arm bone) fracture (clavicle)
    • Adhesive capsulitis, the medical term for stiffness in the shoulder joint, is another name for frozen shoulder
    • A partial or total rupture of the rotator cuff is possible
    • Recurrent dislocation of the shoulder
    • A partial or total rupture of the shoulder ligaments is known as a shoulder separation
    • An inflammatory condition of the tendon that does not respond to more conservative therapy is known as tendonitis

    Types

    Here are the different types of shoulder surgery.

    Rotator Cuff Tear Repair

    • Open Repair: Your doctor may choose this shoulder surgery if the rotator cuff rupture is very extensive or complicated. Bone spurs or other sorts of reconstructive surgery may be necessary.
    • Arthroscopic Repair: Little cameras and tools will be used in small incisions around your shoulder in this sort of surgery. An outpatient procedure, frozen shoulder surgery, is less intrusive than open shoulder surgery.
    • Mini-Open Repair: An arthroscopy is required to remove bone spurs and other damage from the shoulder during this kind of surgery.

     

    SLAP Lesion Repair

    Minimally invasive arthroscopic shoulder surgery, SLAP Lesion Heal utilizes a tiny camera and small surgical tools to repair the injured region. The biceps tendon joins to the Glenoid Labrum in three places: on top (superior), in front (anterior), and at the rear (posterior) of the location where a SLAP rupture occurs. Physical therapy is required following this procedure, and full function might take months to regain.

    Biceps Tenodesis

    Biceps tendonitis, SLAP tear, or a torn bicep tendon are all reasons for undergoing biceps tenodesis shoulder surgery. When the biceps tendon has to be anchored to the humerus, the surgeon will clip it from the shoulder joint. As a result, the tendon will be less stressed.

    Total Shoulder Replacement

    If previous shoulder procedures have failed, you may be a candidate for a total shoulder replacement procedure. Total shoulder replacement surgery is available in a variety of forms.

    • Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement: Ball and socket are swapped in the replacement of the shoulder joint.
    • Total Shoulder Replacement: However, the ball and socket stay in the same location when the whole shoulder joint is replaced with metal or plastic.
    • Stemmed Hemiarthroplasty: The metal ball and stem are only used to replace the shoulder joint’s ball.
    • Resurfacing Hemiarthroplasty: Alternatively, a prosthesis is used to replace the ball joint’s cap.

     

    If you have a shoulder injury, several different operations may be performed.

    • Arthroscopy (Bankart Repair) for dislocation of the shoulder
    • Frozen Shoulder Arthroscopy
    • Repair of the Acromioclavicular Joint (AC Joint) with arthroscopy

    Conclusion

    The length of recovery varies depending on the kind of operation. Because shoulder arthroscopy is less painful than open surgery, patients may be tempted to do too much, too quickly.

    If you have had a shoulder arthroscopy, it is imperative that you only engage in activities your doctor has prescribed. Allow time for the repaired tissues in your shoulder to recover, even though they seem good to you.

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