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It is a painful condition with restricted shoulder movement. It occurs when strong connective tissue surrounding the shoulder becomes thick, stiff, and inflamed. Frozen shoulder is a common condition seen in women aged between 40-60 years approximately.
It is a painful condition that occurs when the exterior tendon in your elbow’s forearm is overloaded by repetitive motions of wrists and arms.
Minimally Invasive Arthroscopic Release of common extensor origin
Most commonly known as ‘Baker’s Cyst’. Usually, fluid-filled lump forms on the back of your knee. The condition occurs due to arthritis, direct damage to the knee, inflammation Gout.
Cyst Draining – To drain the fluid out of the cyst.
Arthroscopic Knee Surgery – An arthroscope is inserted through a small incision in your knee that corrects the knee damage.
Knee Osteotomy – In it, the surgeon cuts part of the bone to correct the damage to the knee.
It means the ball & socket bones of the shoulder are separated with the ball of the humerus out of the position. Generally, extreme pain, swelling, muscle spasm, immobility of the arm, and shoulder visibility out of place are the symptoms of shoulder dislocation.
X-rays & CT Scan
Closed Reduction – The surgeon will carefully place the arm bone back into the shoulder socket with correct alignment.
It is a procedure to diagnose and treat the joint structural problem that causes pain and instability. It is indicated in cases such as Knee pain, ACL Tear, Shoulder Dislocation, Frozen Shoulder, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Ganglion Cyst, and Arthritis. Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that benefits the patient for faster recovery, less pain, and minimal blood loss and scarring.
It usually occurs after a fall or an outstretched hand. This fracture happens about an inch away from the dorsal end of your radius and causes the broken bone to tilt upwards. Severe trauma or osteoporosis are the significant causes.
Move the broken bone back to their natural position and use plaster, brace, or splint to hold them in place.
Move the broken bones to the correct position and keep them in place by using metal pins, screws, plates, or an external fixator.
It is a condition affecting tendons that flex the fingers and thumb resulting in sensation of locking when patient bend and straighten digits.
CAUSE – commonly in Rheumatoid Arthritis
SURGERY - Surgery is usually performed through either a small open incision in the palm or with the tip of needle. The A1 pulley is divided or released so that flexor tendon can glide freely. Percutaneous release of trigger finger using a needle. In high-risk patients, steroid injections can be given.
shoulder injury, broken arm, stroke, diabetes.
Steroid injections helps to decrease pain and improve shoulder mobility.
People can usually treat tennis elbow at home with rest , medication and tennis elbow support.
Bench presses, pushups and chin-ups
If trigger finger is not treated, the pain, swelling, and stiffness will get progressively worse.
Lift the finger as high as it can go without straining or inducing excessive pain.
it takes about 4 to 6 weeks to completely recover from a dislocated shoulder.
Close reduction with or without general anaesthesia ideally before 6 hrs followed by shoulder arm immobiliser.
The pain getting worse , severly affecting the mobility of joint
cysts may rupture, resulting in pain and swelling of the leg that could also arise from other diseases, including deep vein thrombosis, lymphedema, cellulitis, and tear of a muscle or tendon.
Wrist stiffness is the most common complication.
It recovers usually in 6 to 10 weeks.
It can take from around 1 week to recover fully from an arthroscopy.
The highly advanced procedure has an over 90 percent success rate.
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