Frozen shoulder is a common condition that occurs when the ball and socket joint becomes stiff and experiences reduced mobility. Catch Dr. Ayyappan V Nair, Consultant Orthopaedician, Manipal Hospitals Whitefield, as he breaks down the symptoms of having a frozen shoulder and the different treatment options available to regain mobility. Watch more here #ManipalHospitals #YourManipal #LifesOn
“The healing time, With or without surgery, (for a rotator cuff tear) is around 12 weeks. Out of that, the first six weeks are extremely important” says Dr. Ayyappan V Nair, Consultant-Orthopaedician, Manipal Hospitals, Whitefield.
On average, the time to heal (a shoulder dislocation) is six weeks to twelve weeks. The patients start aggressive physiotherapy at around six weeks and have complete movement by around three months.”- Dr. Ayyappan V Nair, Consultant-Orthopaedician, Manipal Hospitals, Whitefield. Catch Dr. Ayyappan V Nair discuss the causes and symptoms of shoulder dislocation and the different advanced surgical options available to treat repetitive dislocation. Watch more here!