One of the most well-known explanations behind shoulder surgery is the treatment of impingement syndrome. This is a condition where the tendons of your rotator sleeve are irregularly caught and compacted during development. This makes dynamic harm the tendons, just as the pads inside the joint space (called bursa)
Shoulder is made up of three bones: Upper arm bone (Humerus), Shoulder blade (Scapula), and collarbone (Clavicle).
Shoulder anatomy is extremely complex in understanding. In-depth understanding of anatomy is required for properly diagnosing the it’s problems. The head of your upper arm bone fits into a rounded socket in the shoulder-blade. This socket is called the Glenoid. A combination of muscles and tendons keeps your arm bone centered in your shoulder-socket. These tissues are called the Rotator cuff extremely important for precision movements of your shoulder joint.
Most common shoulder problems are :
Other much less common causes are tumours, infection, and nerve-related problems.
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