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Shoulder

Injuries to the shoulder are very common. It is a certain fact that a person injures their shoulder at some point in their lifetime. Evidently, shoulder injury has many types:

  1. Fractures, involving the collar bone, proximal humerus and the shoulder blade
  2. Dislocations, of either the collar bone joint, the sternoclavicular joint, or the glenohumeral joint
  3. Soft-tissue injuries, which involves the tearing of either the muscles, tendons, the joint capsule or the ligaments.

Common symptoms of a shoulder trauma include:

  1. Immense pain
  2. Bruising and swelling
  3. Immobile shoulder
  4. Debilitating pain while movie the shoulder
  5. Deformity

The diagnosis involves the evaluation through physical and imaging techniques, such as x-rays. Computed tomography can also be required. The exact treatment of the trauma depends on the type of the problem. The doctor can decide to choose the surgical or the non-surgical path, on the basis of the condition of the injury.

PRP (stem cell) treatment for arthritis

Stem cell treatments are gaining pace with the passage of time. Because stem cells have the ability to blend with the environment, transform to any type of tissue as required, and multiply at an appreciable rate, the advocates of this surgery are growing more and more. It is believed that if the stem cells are placed beside an affected cartilage, the cells grow as cartilage tissues and help in solving the case, which is the factor around which the treatment revolves.

Stem cells are applied through injections or via the arthritis joint in the affected area. To deliver the cells accurately in the right area, physicians take help of medical imaging techniques, such as ultrasound. As of yet, a concrete guideline representing who should get the stem cell treatment has not been drafted yet. Doctors advise this surgery depending on the severity of the case and the overall health of the patient.

Frozen Shoulder

Also known as adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder is a condition in which there occurs immense pain and stiffness in the shoulder joint. Gradually, the symptoms begin to appear and may worsen if an expert is not consulted on time. If a person is recovering from a surgery, like a mastectomy or a stroke, after which the movement of the arm is restricted, then the chances of developing a frozen shoulder are quite high.

The treatment for frozen shoulder includes lots of exercises, and if the doctor deems right, some special medications. Arthroscopic surgeries are done only in rare cases. Development of this case in the opposite shoulder is possible, but its recurrence in the same shoulder is very unusual.

Shoulder trauma

Injuries to the shoulder are very common. It is a certain fact that a person injures their shoulder at some point in their lifetime. Evidently, shoulder injury has many types:

  1. Fractures, involving the collar bone, proximal humerus and the shoulder blade
  2. Dislocations, of either the collar bone joint, the sternoclavicular joint, or the glenohumeral joint
  3. Soft-tissue injuries, which involves the tearing of either the muscles, tendons, the joint capsule or the ligaments.

Common symptoms of a shoulder trauma include:

  1. Immense pain
  2. Bruising and swelling
  3. Immobile shoulder
  4. Debilitating pain while movie the shoulder
  5. Deformity

The diagnosis involves the evaluation through physical and imaging techniques, such as x-rays. Computed tomography can also be required. The exact treatment of the trauma depends on the type of the problem. The doctor can decide to choose the surgical or the non-surgical path, on the basis of the condition of the injury.

Shoulder Revision

A shoulder revision surgery usually follows failed shoulder replacement surgeries. This revision surgery can be quite complicated as a lot of factors play a major role in its success. Doctors recommend such a procedure only after evaluating all the factors of the condition of the patient in concern.

A typical shoulder revision surgery aims at the following:

  1. Increasing the flexibility
  2. Strengthening the shoulder joint and the surrounding tissues and muscles
  3. Improving mobility for avoiding hassles in all sorts of movement of the shoulder
  4. Ailing back strain or correcting posture