Shoulder surgery:

The shoulder surgery procedures include shoulder resurfacing surgery, total shoulder replacement and reverse shoulder replacement.

Shoulder resurfacing surgery:

Shoulder resurfacing surgery, also known as shoulder surface replacement or humeral head resurfacing, is a surgical procedure used to treat specific shoulder conditions, primarily arthritis and certain types of shoulder joint damage. It involves replacing both the humeral head (the ball of the shoulder joint) and the glenoid (the socket); shoulder resurfacing focuses on preserving as much of the patient's natural anatomy as possible.

Total shoulder replacement:

A total shoulder replacement, or total shoulder arthroplasty, is an operation designed to alleviate pain and bring back function in a severely damaged or diseased shoulder joint. In this surgery, artificial components made of metal and plastic are used to replace the damaged parts of the shoulder joint to create a stable and functional joint.

Reverse shoulder replacement:

Reverse shoulder replacement is a surgical procedure that treats severe shoulder joint conditions. It involves reversing the normal anatomy of the shoulder joint by placing the ball component on the shoulder blade and the socket component on the upper arm bone.