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  • Axillary Nerve Palsy and Shoulder Dislocation

    Axillary Nerve Palsy and Shoulder Dislocation

    Axillary nerve palsy is a condition marked by loss of movement or sensation in the shoulder area.  There are so many reasons for axillary nerve palsy, but the prominent one is shoulder dislocation.  Axillary nerve’s close proximity to the shoulder capsule puts it at risk for injury.  It is also known as axillary neuropathy and
  • Paralabral Cyst in the Shoulder

    Paralabral Cyst in the Shoulder

    More often than not, paralabral cysts of the shoulder are an infrequent finding on MRI or MR Arthrogram.  However, it is a significant diagnosis as they may cause a compression neuropathy of the suprascapular or axillary nerves depending on where they occur, along with a variety of other symptoms.  About 2-4% of the general population
  • Same-Day Shoulder Surgeries

    Same-Day Shoulder Surgeries

    Same-day shoulder surgery refers to surgeries that needn’t require an overnight stay in hospital.  Majority of the arthroscopic surgeries and shoulder replacements in patients under the age of 70 can be same-day surgeries.  Same-day shoulder surgery is pondered on if you experience pain that is severe enough to limit your daily activities and the pain
  • Shoulder-Hand Syndrome

    Shoulder-Hand Syndrome

    Shoulder-Hand syndrome is a relatively common occurrence after stroke.  Usually, the person has a stroke that leaves them paralyzed on one side.  Recovery of the paralysis is subjective, varies between patients.  Often the lower extremities recover quicker than the upper ones.  For reasons unknown, some people are left with significant weakness in the hands that
  • Preventing and Treating Common Sports Injuries

    Preventing and Treating Common Sports Injuries

    The seven most common sports injuries are: • Ankle Sprain • Groin pull • Hamstring strain • Shin splints • Knee injury: Anterior cruciate ligament tear • Knee injury: Patellofemoral syndrome — injury resulting from the repetitive movement of your kneecap against your thigh bone • Tennis elbow (epicondylitis) To know the ways with which
  • Arthroscopic Surgery for Rotator Cuff Repair

    Arthroscopic Surgery for Rotator Cuff Repair

    Rotator cuff muscles cover the shoulder joint. Their duty is to provide the power to lift and rotate the arm. With age, these muscles become thinner and weak, thus prone to rupture, even with minimal trauma. Rotator cuff muscles are usually seen at the junction of the muscle with the tendon, which is the part
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