Rotator Cuff Tear Treatment In Koramangala
A rotator cuff injury makes everyday activities difficult. Things as simple as combing your hair or tucking in your shirt can be painful and my become impossible to raise your arm above your head. Although symptoms depend on the severity of the Rotator, which may include:
- Pain in Shoulder while raising or lowering your arm
- Pain in the shoulder when you put pressure on the affected portion
- Facing Difficulty sleeping on your side because of shoulder pain
- Stiffness or Weakness in the injured shoulder
Rotator cuff Tear injuries can occur because of variety of reasons. They are typically the result of frequent stress. Any activity that requires repeated hand movements, such as painting or pitching a baseball, can lead to this type of injury. Instant, powerful arm movements—such as throwing your arm up or trying to hold yourself during a fall—are also usual causes. In other instances, a rotator cuff injury may occur because of prolonged wear and tear over the years.
In this blog, the Expert Orthopedician |Dr.Rewat Laxman, shoulder specialist from Bone and Joint Consult, specialised in Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Tear Treatment In Koramangala will provide a basic overview of arthroscopic rotator cuff tear treatment – a procedure that may be advised if you have a severe rotator cuff tear injury.
When is arthroscopic rotator cuff surgery recommended?
Not all rotator cuff injuries require an operation, particularly if they’re treated immediately as soon as the symptoms appear. But, you may be recommended an operation if the symptom is for several months that are not showing signs of recovery with non-surgical treatment or if it is severe.
What does an arthroscopic rotator cuff surgery involve?
There are numerous types of rotator cuff surgeries. The shoulder specialists at Bone and Joint Consult will recommend the appropriate treatment option depending upon the type of injury you have and your needs or expectations.
Arthroscopic Surgery is minimally invasive form of surgical treatment and involves three to four tiny incisions in the upper arm near the shoulder joint. The tony camera is inserted through one incision, and small surgical tools are inserted through others. The surgeon then makes use of the camera image to guide the surgical tools and repair the injured tissue.
Arthroscopic rotator cuff surgery offers numerous benefits over conventional open shoulder surgery, which may include:
- Lesser complications
- Minimal pain after operation
- Faster recovery time
Complete healing and rehabilitation usually take time, the arthroscopic technique usually enables people to get back to work, sports and daily activities much earlier than a traditional surgery.
How much time will the recovery take post arthroscopic rotator cuff Surgery?
While the time frame depends from person to person, arthroscopic rotator cuff surgery usually means a recovery time that runs into several weeks, since immobilization directly follows operation and physical therapy starting as early as 2-4 weeks. Many will have basic range of motion and adequate strength for daily activities within 12weeks after surgery and will continue to get better for about 24 to 36 more weeks.
Looking for an Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Tear Treatment in Koramangala?
Your daily activities need not have to be limited by the pain of a rotator cuff tear injury. Schedule a consultation at Bone and Joint Consult, Koramangala to get more details about Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Tear Treatment and to learn whether you are in need to undergo the treatment.