Shoulder Surgery

Shoulder arthroscopy may relieve painful symptoms of many problems that damage the rotator cuff tendons, labrum, articular cartilage, and other soft tissues surrounding the joint.

Common arthroscopic procedures include:
Rotator cuff repair
·Removal or repair of the labrum
·Repair of ligaments
·Removal of inflamed tissue or loose cartilage
·Repair for recurrent shoulder dislocation

Less common procedures such as nerve release, fracture repair, and cyst excision can also be performed using an arthroscope.

Some surgical procedures, such as shoulder replacement, still require open surgery with more extensive incisions.

There is also shoulder dislocation surgery known as Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery :

  • It is a surgery for a dislocated shoulder is often required to tighten torn or stretched tendons or ligaments.
  • A surgeon may also repair a torn labrum, the ring of cartilage that surrounds the shoulder socket and stabilizes the humerus.
  • Together, these soft tissues hold the joint in place. The goal of surgery is to repair or tighten these tissues.
  • An arthroscopic technique allows surgeons to access the shoulder using very small incisions, minimizing damage to surrounding tissues.
  • After surgery, patient will stay in the recovery room for 1 to 2 hours before being discharged home & will need someone to drive them home and keep company the first night.
  • At Home, although recovery from arthroscopy is often faster than recovery from open surgery, it may still take from weeks to months for the shoulder joint to completely recover.
  • You can expect some pain and discomfort for several weeks after surgery. Using ice may help relieve pain and swelling.
  • Your doctor will prescribe pain medicine, if needed.


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