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Labram is a fibro-cartilagenous tissue which increases the surface area of glenoid. When torn it leads to instability of shoulder. Recurrent dislocation or recurrent pain while using shoulder is the feature that comes due to labral tears. Labral tear’s needs to be repaired in time to prevent further tear progression and also loss of bone of socket of shoulder. These tear can be fully treated (key hole) arthroscopically. Rotator cuff are important stabilizing muscles in shoulder, which if torn has to be repaired.
After repair adequately, long rehabilitation is required for this muscle to function back. In patients with frozenshoulder who donot get back adequate movements even after 4-6 months of adequate rehabilitation can be treated with capsular releases in a targeted way to get back lost movements.
In patients whose cuff tears has over time leaded to muscle atrophy, we do provide advanced surgery in turn of reverse shoulder replacement.
- Labral tear repair
- Benkarts repair
- Superior labral A-P tear repair
- Global tear repair
- Global capsulorhhaphy
- Global capsular release for frozen shoulder or targeted release
- Rotated cuff repair
- Suprascapular nerve release
- Miniopen AC Joint Reconstruction
- Open Reverse Joint Replacement
- Key hole surgery for disorders of the knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle
- Trauma and Fracture surgery
- High quality Swiss ‘AO’ systems help stabilize fractures
- Image intensifier, confirms perfect fracture fixations
- Ilizarov and External Fixation Device
- Management of open fractures
- Infected non-union of long bones
- Limb lengthening
- Correction of deformities
- Fusion of joints