Shoulder Surgery GuadalajaraSHOULDER SURGERY
The Shoulder is the joint of the body with greater movement, requires multiple structures (bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles) working in harmony to perform the most basic functions (eating, grooming, dressing). The structures most frequently affected are the tendons of the Rotating Magus. ( Shoulder Surgery ) The traumatologist is the specialist for this shoulder surgery.
The rotator cuff is made up of four muscles that arise from the shoulder (also known as the scapula or scapula) of the part of the back, with tendons in charge of fixing to the head or ball of the humerus (the bone located at the top of the arm). These muscles and tendons are responsible for lifting and twisting the arms. They also help to firmly hold the ball of the humerus in the shoulder cavity.
ROTATOR CUFF INJURY
The tendons in the rondero cuff area may tear. Occasionally, the tendon may only be slightly irritated, but in other cases, it may suffer a complete tear.
There are a variety of reasons why the sleeve tendon can tear, but the most common are due to an injury (fall or blow), excessive use or natural physical wear.
Currently there are two treatment options, the non-surgical where physical therapy or other treatments are included, and the surgical, with different types of surgery.
A small camera is used which is intruded by a small cut
A larger opening is made and the injury is repaired with common instruments
First an arthroscope is used and then other surgical instruments
HOW YOUR LIFE SHOULD BE AFFECTED BY YOUR SHOULDER PAIN
Even the simplest movements of the shoulder and arm can be very difficult and cause pain.
Pain may vary depending on the severity of the injury, it may be moderate or even severe pain.
Swelling is a natural reaction of the body to injuries, which is the most common cause of pain.
Crunches and stiffness
You may notice cracking, popping, or "booming" when the shoulder moves.