Shoulder Arthroscopy

Procedures include Frozen shoulder treatment, Rotator cuff replacement surgery, Biceps tenodesis, Shoulder arthritis, Latarjet Procedure for shoulder instability, Bankart Shoulder Repair, and Stem cell therapy for shoulder arthritis.

Frozen shoulder treatment:

Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a painful condition characterised by stiffness and reduced range of motion in the shoulder joint. It typically develops gradually and lasts several months to a few years. Treatment for frozen shoulder focuses on relieving pain, improving mobility, and restoring function.

Rotator cuff replacement surgery:

The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons in the shoulder. When it's damaged, surgery is needed for repair or reconstruction, not replacement. A tear in the rotator cuff can cause pain, weakness, and limited shoulder function.

Biceps tenodesis:

It is a surgical procedure that involves repositioning or securing the biceps tendon to alleviate pain, improve shoulder function, and prevent further damage. It's performed when non-surgical treatments have failed to provide relief. The common goal is to detach the biceps tendon from its original attachment and secure it at a different location.

Shoulder arthritis:

Arthritis in the shoulder occurs when the cartilage inside the shoulder joint is damaged. The shoulder comprises two joints, with the bigger ball-and-socket joint being referred to as the glenohumeral joint due to the bones it connects (glenoid and humerus). The cartilage covers both the ball (the humeral head) and the socket.

Latarjet Procedure for shoulder instability

Patients who have anterior shoulder instability and associated bone loss may benefit from the latarjet procedure. It entails moving the conjoint tendon that connects the coracoid process to the anterior glenoid rim.

Bankart Shoulder Repair:

One surgical method for treating recurrent shoulder joint dislocations is the Bankart Shoulder Repair procedure. The goal of the procedure is to restore normal function by reattaching the worn-out ligaments to the appropriate location in the shoulder joint. 

Stem cell therapy for shoulder arthritis:

Stem cell therapy for shoulder arthritis involves using the patient's own stem cells to promote healing within the damaged joint. Stem cells have the unique ability to develop into many different types of cells, and when introduced into an arthritic shoulder, they may help to regenerate worn-out cartilage or reduce inflammation.