Shoulder replacement is a very successful procedure. Once recovery after surgery is complete, most individuals who have undergone shoulder replacement feel no or very little pain; typically, good use of the shoulder is restored as well. However, a small number of patients continue to experience shoulder pain without a clear explanation after an otherwise successful … More To Be (Infected) or Not To Be (Infected): That is one question when shoulder replacement fails!
Unfortunately, breast cancer is a relatively common condition. According to the American Cancer Society, more than 300,000 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed in the United States in the year 2021. Advances in medicine and surgery currently allow cure of breast cancer for many individuals. As such, at present time, there are more … More Shoulder Replacement in Patients with Lymphedema: How Dangerous Is it?
The complexity of the shoulder can be perceived as a blessing and a curse. Perfect synchrony of the many elements of the shoulder translates in superb joint performance. And at the same time, each of these elements can develop problems, hurt and become disabling. Amongst the muscles of the shoulder region, the pectoralis minor is … More Pectoralis Minor Syndrome: A Relatively Unknown Condition with a Somewhat Simple Solution