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|Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair Surgery||Arthroscopic surgery for shoulder instability||Reverse Total shoulder Arthroplasty|
Mrs. Suphap Cheuprasert shares her experience of undergoing arthroscopic surgery for her painful arm and frozen shoulder treatment. She reassures that she is left with a small scar,had fast recovery and did not need to keep her cast on for a long time. She is confident in the treatment received from here and left with a memorable quote; “Wonderful doctors, cozy hospital.”
Mr. Worrapan Watlhian underwent an endoscopic surgery for torn Rotator Cuff. He was able to live his normal life again on the very next day of the surgery and he reassures that the scar is very small and painless.
Mr. Kittinun Sojisuphorn also assures that receiving minimally invasive surgery for rotator cuff tear treatment resulted in a small incision and recovery takes only 1-2 days before he could resume his normal lifestyle. He added that he is very much impressed with the medical team.
Patient’s experience of receiving frozen shoulder treatment at Vejthani Hospital. Sharing his impression on the services of medical specialists, nurses including all the Vejthani staffs.
Shoulder impingement caused by a tendon catching on the surrounding tissue when you try to lift your arm. The rotator cuff is the elastic tissue in your shoulder that connects your arm muscles to the top of your shoulder. Shoulder impingement can get better after a few weeks or months with proper exercises prescribed by a physiotherapist. But when your shoulder doesn’t respond to exercise, other treatments may be needed to restore the normal range of motion to the shoulder.
Frozen shoulder, also known as Adhesive capsulitis occurs when a gap between the two moving surfaces of the shoulder is restricted. It is caused when the capsule and the synovial layer in the shoulder is thicker and becomes a fascia around the shoulder, thus the patient cannot raise their hand or move their shoulder freely.
Did you know there are stages of Frozen Shoulder according to its severity? Find out how each stage is different from each other and what kind of affects it has on our body.
Shoulder pain is one of the most annoying issue that affects our daily life. If you have the following chronic symptoms, you need to see the doctor because it might be Rotator cuff tear, Rotator Cuff Tendinitis, or Frozen shoulder.
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