Orthopaedic surgeon in Ghaziabad

Shoulder Arthroscopy

Home / Shoulder Arthroscopy

Shoulder Arthroscopy

Shoulder arthroscopy, a minimally invasive procedure performed as a daycare surgery, aids in diagnosing and treating various shoulder issues when other treatments fail. It involves inserting a miniature camera into the shoulder joint, enabling surgeons to visualize and address shoulder pathologies.

Diagnostic Arthroscopy: Precisely diagnoses shoulder problems, offered at My Ortho Centre for optimal outcomes at a nominal cost.

Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: Common for full-thickness large tears, unresponsive symptoms, or acute traumatic tears with loss of function. Utilizes advanced technology and skilled surgeons for successful repair.

Arthroscopic Labral/Bankart’s Repair: Addresses labral injuries like Bankart’s where torn labral tissue is reattached to its bony bed, preventing shoulder dislocation and facilitating return to sports activities.

Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression: Alleviates subacromial impingement-related shoulder pain by removing inflamed tissue and bony spurs using specialized probes.

Arthroscopic AC Joint Debridement: Treats acromioclavicular arthritis by removing diseased tissue, restoring pain-free shoulder movement post-surgery.

At My Ortho Centre, comprehensive care, advanced technologies, and skilled surgeons ensure optimal outcomes for shoulder arthroscopy procedures.


Shoulder arthroscopy replacement is a surgical procedure aimed at addressing various shoulder joint issues, such as arthritis or injury, by replacing damaged parts of the joint with artificial components.

Candidates typically include individuals with severe shoulder pain, stiffness, or loss of function due to conditions like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or traumatic injuries that haven't responded to non-surgical treatments.

Benefits may include reduced pain, improved range of motion, enhanced shoulder stability, and increased ability to perform daily activities and participate in recreational activities.

Recovery varies depending on factors such as the individual's overall health, the extent of the surgery, and adherence to rehabilitation protocols. Generally, patients undergo physical therapy to regain strength and mobility gradually.

Risks include infection, blood clots, nerve or blood vessel damage, stiffness, instability, and implant failure. It's essential to discuss these risks thoroughly with your surgeon before undergoing the procedure.