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Shoulder Replacement Surgery

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  1. Deepam Meditours Medical Tourism Company Shoulder Replacement Surgery Restore Mobility & Get Rid of the Pain…..

  2. Shoulder Anatomy Shoulder is made up of three bones 1) Upper arm bone (humerus) 2) Shoulder blade (scapula) 3) Collar bone (clavicle).  • It is a ball-and-socket joint also known as glenoid. The head of humerus fits into a shallow socket in the shoulder blade. This joint allows the movement of the arm in different direction.

  3. Causes of Shoulder Replacement • Severe fractures of the shoulder. • Avascular necrosis. • Post traumatic arthritis. • Failed Shoulder replacement Surgery. • Rheumatoid arthritis. • Tumor around the shoulder. Did you lose mobility in your Shoulder? Talk to us +91-9810085065

  4. Shoulder Replacement Surgery • The damaged parts of the shoulder are removed and replaced with artificial components, called a prosthesis.

  5. Is Shoulder Joint Replacement for You? • Severe shoulder pain that interferes with everyday activities, such as reaching into a cabinet, dressing, toileting, and washing. • Moderate to severe pain while resting. • Loss of motion or weakness in the shoulder. • Failure to substantially improve with other treatments such as anti-inflammatory medications, cortisone injections, or physical therapy.

  6. Types of Shoulder Surgery • Shoulder resurfacing arthroplasty: Only damaged part is replaced. • Partial shoulder surgery: one part of the joint is replaced. • Total shoulder surgery: Both parts of the joint is replaced. • Reverse Shoulder Surgery: Combination of rotator cuff tear and shoulder arthritis. Need Help? Get Answers from our Experts…. info@deepammeditours.com

  7. Surgery Options • Minimally Invasive Surgery • Mini-Open Surgery • Open Surgery

  8. Post-Operative Rehabilitation • Don’t use the arm to push yourself up in bed or from a chair. • Patient will work with physiotherapist after 48 hours of surgery. • Don’t lift heavy weights. • Do shoulder exercises at home.

  9. What to Expect • No pain • Painless range of movement • Improved quality of life and ability to return to normal activities and pastimes.

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