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Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair in Chilakaluripet

Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair in Chilakaluripet
Rotator cuff pain may feel like normal pain in the shoulder joint, but it can cause irreversible damage to the ligaments in the shoulder. Get detailed diagnosis and undergo proper treatment for Shoulder Pain and Rotator Cuff Repair in Chilakaluripet. Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair in Chilakaluripet
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What is a rotator cuff repair?

Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair is a procedure to repair a torn rotator cuff by shaving bone spurs or repairing torn tendons and muscles in the shoulder. If the patient’s injury extends beyond the rotator cuff, the surgeon may perform modified rotator cuff surgery with biceps repair to correct the injury.

The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint. It is responsible for supporting the shoulder joint and keeping the head of the arm in the socket. Rotator cuff surgery is performed for rotator cuff injuries. Rotator cuff injuries are very common in people whose jobs require repetitive overhead movements or in athletes due to sudden, jerky movements. Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair in Chilakaluripet
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Diagnosing rotator cuff injuries

Rotator cuff injuries are easily diagnosed by physical examination. First, the doctor will test the strength of the muscles in the shoulder and arm to assess the extent of the damage before doing other diagnostic tests. Other diagnostic tests done to diagnose a rotator cuff injury include: Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair in Chilakaluripet

X-ray: A rotator cuff tear does not show up on an X-ray, but the bone spurs and accompanying arthritic changes can be easily identified on an X-ray.
Ultrasound: Ultrasound is used to visualize soft tissues such as muscles and tendons. It also allows to assess the rotator cuff in motion. It also helps to compare healthy and diseased shoulder joints.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): MRIs help in detailed visualization and diagnosis of soft tissue damage.

Rotator cuff repair surgery

Medical treatment with rest, ice, and physical therapy is possible for minor injuries, but to repair a rotator cuff tear, the only appropriate treatment is arthroscopic tendon repair. During surgery, the surgeon inserts an arthroscope and surgical tools to reattach the tears through small incisions. Patients need some physical therapy for the torn rotator cuff after surgery.

 
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Can a rotator cuff injury heal without surgery?
There is no treatment for a torn rotator cuff other than surgery. With enough medication and physical therapy, people can improve joint function and reduce pain, but without surgery the tear does not heal completely and the patient lacks strength in their limbs. Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair in Chilakaluripet

What is a rotator cuff used for?
A rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons around the shoulder joint that helps maintain arm function. It supports the shoulder joint and helps keep humerus movements smoother. In addition, it helps to perform abduction, medial rotation and lateral rotation movements of the arm.

Can I know if I have a rotator cuff injury?
Rotator cuff injuries are self-diagnosable. If you want to check for a rotator cuff injury, follow the checklist provided:

Rotator cuff tear surgery, also known as rotator cuff tear and bone spur surgery, is the best treatment for such injuries.

Pain and difficulty lifting the arm
Popping noise when moving the arm
Shoulder pain that worsens at night and at rest
Inability to lift heavy objects in the affected shoulder joint

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Dr. Harinath Bellamkonda is an Orthopedist and General Physician in Nizampet, Chilakaluripet and has an experience of 8 years in these fields. Dr. Harinath Bellamkonda practices at Apollo Clinic in Nizampet, Chilakaluripet and Padmaja Hospital in Kukatpally, Chilakaluripet. He completed MBBS from Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences Andhra Pradesh in 2007 and MS – Orthopaedics from Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences Andhra Pradesh in 2006.He is a member of the Medical Council of India (MCI). Some of the treatment should be changed joint 
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What suture anchors does use for rotator cuff surgery?
Suture anchors are tiny screws used to attach soft tissues such as tendons, ligaments, and meniscus to bone to improve healing during arthroscopic procedures. At, we use PEEK and other biocomposite suture anchor materials for rotator cuff surgeries.

What is the cost of Rotator Cuff Surgery in Chilakaluripet?
The average cost of Rotator Cuff Surgery in Chilakaluripet at is INR 60,000-75,000. This is the average cost of our treatment package and includes the cost of other support facilities we provide. It may depend on:

Type of suture anchors used
Number of suture anchors used
hospitalization costs
technology used
insurance cover
necessary medications, etc.

What is a drop arm test?
This test is done to find out the weakness of the supraspinatus muscle. The supraspinatus muscle is the most commonly injured rotator cuff muscle. This test requires you to stretch your arm outward/to the side while sitting/standing. First, raise your arm 90 degrees, with or without assistance, then try lowering your arm in a very controlled way. If you have an injured rotator cuff, lowering the TMJ in a controlled manner will be very painful and difficult. Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair in Chilakaluripet

What is a lateral Jobe test?
It is the most reliable test for diagnosing a rotator cuff injury. The test is performed with the help of an assistant to look for weaknesses in the supraspinatus muscle. Raise your arm parallel to the floor at a 90 degree angle. Next, rotate your arm, palm back and thumb down. Then have a rescuer apply force to the arm and push the rescuer away. If you feel pain and find it hard to resist, that’s a sure sign of a rotator cuff injury.

What is a withdrawal test?
The lift-off test is performed to test the function of the subscapularis muscle, a muscle in front of the shoulder blade. To perform the test, place your injured arm behind your back with your palm resting on your lower back, and then try to raise your arm. If you have pain, you may have a rotator cuff injury.

Why is rotator cuff treatment important?
If you have a rotator cuff injury, you should seek treatment as soon as possible to prevent the damage from getting worse. The earlier it is treated, the less complicated the treatment will be. Be careful to keep the shoulder immobile to avoid worsening the injury.

How long does it take for a rotator cuff injury to heal?
Typically, mild traumatic rotator cuff injuries heal within 2 to 4 weeks with medical attention. However, chronic and serious injuries can last a few months, including physical therapy. Because rotator cuff tears do not heal without surgery, severe rotator cuff tears can heal with surgery in 4 to 6 months. Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair in Chilakaluripet

Do I need physical therapy after a rotator cuff tear (RTC repair)?
Depending on the severity of the rotator cuff injury, you may need 2-8 weeks of physical therapy after surgery. You will be discharged 1-2 days after the operation. You can minimize shoulder joint stiffness by starting physical therapy right away.

Should I massage a rotator cuff injury?
You should massage the injured shoulder with heat. It helps control the inflammation and pain in this area by loosening scar tissue and loosening tight muscles, increasing the joint’s range of motion. However, you should avoid deep tissue massage until your doctor has approved it.

How do rotator cuff injuries occur?
Rotator cuff injuries are very common and if not treated properly, can lead to permanent disability. They can be caused by:

The most common reason for rotator cuff injuries is age-related muscle loss or arthritis.

Sudden muscle jerk when falling onto outstretched arm
Chronic repetitive motion injuries
muscle degeneration

What are the parts of a rotator cuff?
A rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint and includes:

Supraspinatus for internal rotation and raising the arm
Infraspinatus for external rotation of the arm
Teres minor for arm rotation
Subscapularis for arm abduction
Tendons that attach muscles to bone Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair in Chilakaluripet
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