Don’t Get Left on the Sidelines with Shoulder Surgery
Whether you’ve been blindsided by a 300-pound linebacker or suffered an accident that merely resembles these effects, you’re likely to have some serious bumps and bruises from this impact. However, if your shoulder-wrecking injury has left you faced with more serious complications, you’re likely facing a few options for shoulder surgery. Before you make any quick decisions on which surgery you choose, know that you have several options when it comes to shoulder surgery. While not a common shoulder surgery, Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Replacement offers numerous benefits that traditional shoulder surgery methods just can’t deliver. If you’re curious about the operation that is sure to get you back in your game sooner than any other shoulder surgery, keep reading to learn more about this revolutionary surgical procedure.
Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing
Unlike any form of shoulder surgery before or since its inception, Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing offers patients the opportunity to receive a much more beneficial surgery than they might have assumed. While traditional shoulder surgeries require incredibly invasive methods that are highly taxing on our bodies (especially the intricate tissue, tendons, and bones), Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing requires patients undergo a much less-intense surgical procedure. Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing allows patients the ease of outpatient surgery, a feat unheard of with traditional surgical methods.
What Separates Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing From Other Surgical Methods?
While we’ve already touched on Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing’s ability to speedily get you out of the recovery room and into your own bed, a quick office release is a minor benefit compared to Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing’s numerous other benefits. During the procedure, Dr. Kovack will not cut through rotator cuff muscles in order to reach the shoulder joint to perform the replacement procedure. Traditional surgeries require deeper incisions to the tissue, creating a more arduous recovery process for the body — as well as a more time-consuming process overall. Once Dr. Kovack reaches the shoulder joint, healthy cartilage from a cadaver donor is put into place. This is a departure from traditional shoulder surgery procedures that involve the application of a metal or plastic piece to complete total or partial shoulder replacement. With its minimal amount of bone removal, Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing makes if-necessary grafts much more feasible down the road.
Who’s Right for Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing?
While Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing is safe for nearly all qualified patients, the procedure is much safer for patients whose shoulder complications are too severe for total shoulder replacement, due to a host of factors. However, Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing offers patients a much safer and less-invasive shoulder surgery. Ideal candidates are younger than 50, physically active, or are highly active older patients. If you feel Arthroscopic Biologic Total Shoulder Resurfacing is right for you and your shoulder complication, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today with any questions, comments, or concerns