Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery in Hyderabad: Reconstructing Strength with Excellence in Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery

Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopic shoulder surgery is a minimally invasive procedure that can effectively address various shoulder conditions causing pain and limiting your movement.

Reasons for Surgery

  • Shoulder instability: This involves recurrent shoulder dislocations or subluxations, where the joint partially dislocates.
  • Severe rotator cuff tear: When a large or complex tear doesn’t respond to non-surgical treatments.
  • Extensive labral damage: Tears affect a significant portion of the labrum, leading to significant instability.
  • Chronic shoulder pain: IUnrelenting pain despite conservative management, impacting your daily life.

Conditions Treated

Recurrent shoulder instability

This involves repairing or tightening the ligaments and capsule to stabilize the joint and prevent future dislocations.

Rotator cuff tears

These involve reattaching the torn rotator cuff tendons to the bone using sutures or anchors.

Labral tears

These involve reattaching the torn labrum to the glenoid socket using sutures or anchors.

Glenoid bone loss

This involves reconstructing the bony socket to improve stability and prevent further cartilage damage.

Post-traumatic shoulder deformities

This involves correcting bone deformities caused by severe injuries.

Types of Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery

Rotator cuff repair

Various techniques exist, including open surgery and arthroscopy, to reattach the torn tendon(s) to the bone.

Bankart repair

 This procedure addresses anterior shoulder instability by reattaching the torn labrum and the capsule to the glenoid socket.

Latarjet procedure

This procedure involves transferring a portion of the coracoid bone to the glenoid socket to provide additional stability.

Capsular plication

This procedure tightens the loose capsule surrounding the shoulder joint to improve stability.

Bone grafting

This procedure fills in bony defects in the glenoid socket or humerus head to improve joint stability and function.

The Surgery Process

  • Pre-operative planning: We will discuss your medical history, symptoms, and expectations, and determine if arthroscopic shoulder surgery is the right option for you.
  • Anaesthesia: You will receive general or regional anaesthesia to keep you pain-free during the surgery.
  • Surgery: The surgeon makes small incisions and inserts the arthroscope and instruments to visualise and address the underlying issue.
  • Closure: The incisions are closed with stitches or staples.


  • Sling immobilization: Your arm will be immobilized in a sling for several weeks to protect the healing tissues.
  • Pain management: Medication will be prescribed to manage pain and discomfort.
  • Physical therapy: Gradual exercises will be started to regain strength, motion, and stability in the shoulder joint.
  • Follow-up visits : Regular checkups with your doctor will monitor your progress and ensure proper healing.


  • Improved stability: The surgery helps to restore stability to the shoulder joint, preventing future dislocations or subluxations.
  • Reduced pain: By addressing the source of pain, the surgery can significantly improve shoulder pain and discomfort.
  • Increased function: Regaining strength and motion in the shoulder allows you to return to your daily activities and sports.
  • Improved quality of life: Reduced pain and improved function can significantly enhance your overall quality of life.
  • Improved shoulder function: Enhanced range of motion, improved strength, and reduced pain lead to better function and quality of life.

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