We at Regen take pride in being the leading speciality hospital in Jaipur and offer the most reliable shoulder surgery in the region. Right from thorough investigation of the problem, to the post-operative care, our dedicated staff ensures that the patient glides through the entire process in a seamless manner, with as little discomfort as possible.
The smooth and uninterrupted rotational movement of the arms is due to the rotator cuff which comprises a group of muscles and tendons connecting the upper arm to the shoulder blade. This helps hold the ball in the shoulder socket thereby ensuring convenient movement.
Do you feel any pain and discomfort in the movement of your shoulder joint? Has it become impossible for you to take care of day-to-day activities without suffering from constant pain? If so, chances are that you’ve suffered a shoulder injury, or are suffering from inflammation.
And yes, if you consistently participate in any activity which requires incessant movement of hands such as swimming, playing games like tennis, snooker or billiards and painting, your shoulder pain might be a result of the wearing out of your tendons.
Injury, inflammation or wearing out, whatever might be the case with your shoulder our team of experienced doctors at Regen will use one or more of the following investigative techniques to analyse the extent of the damage.
- X-Rays (In case of chronic tear or degenerative changes)
- MRI Scan
Depending on the results of the investigation, you might be suggested with one of the following treatments –
- Non-Surgical Treatment
This type of treatment usually involves the prescription of pain-killing medicines and topical ointments in conjunction with physiotherapy. This helps in enhancing the movements of the shoulder, while subsiding the pain.
For patients suffering from intense pain, an injection in the space between the ball joint and the shoulder joint (also known as Subacromial Space) is recommended.
- Surgical Treatment
Mostly recommended for younger patients, the surgical treatment involves the shaving off of certain bone spurs from beneath the roof of the shoulder joint. This is done to open up some space to repair the rotator cuff. This treatment is minimally invasive and hence assures better healing.
Of course, our special post-operative care team, as well as certified physiotherapists, will help you recover faster. They will also ensure that you resume your normal shoulder movements at the earliest possible.
Our commitment to put nothing but the best technologies to use help us offer the most promising clinical outcomes, which is why you can rely on us for all your medical and surgical needs.