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Shoulder injuries are fairly common. When you hear how that upper arm area actually works, you’ll understand why.
Dr. Armin Tehrany, Orthopedic surgeon of Mount Sinai Hospital, explains that pain in the shoulder can indicate a number of problems. Diagnosing the injury correctly requires the right protocol.
Can you imagine having shoulder surgery done on a screen? That’s what today’s arthroscopic innovations are allowing. Watch on to understand the wonders of this modern technological advancement.
Dr. Tehrany has been in the business of shoulder surgery long enough to offer his expert advice on what factors should help one decide on their doctor. After all, this is a person who you’ll be trusting with the reconstruction and recovery of a vital part of your body.
The physical and mental components before one goes into surgery play a role in the recovery process. Dr. Tehrany shares his smart pre-shoulder surgery strategy he suggests to patients.
Is the range of motion in your shoulder up to speed? Find out here with Dr. Tehrany’s explanation of the purpose behind rotator cuffs, shoulder joints, and the body’s bones.
Accidents happen, but certain points of aggravation are avoidable. Dr. Tehrany’s advice against injury involves common sense. Can you guess what he has to say?
While the amount of post-surgery discomfort depends on the patient’s tolerance level, Dr. Tehrany finds that most are pleasantly surprised.
Physical therapy post shoulder surgery makes all the difference between a terrific and tainted recovery. Patients must be sure to stick to this advised schedule.
Before you start popping pills on the daily, know what other options there are to help deal with a damaged shoulder.
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