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Arthroscopic Bursectomy Hip
I had an arthroscopic left hip bursectomy and IT band release yesterday for TPS. The surgeon also drilled 2 holes in the bone. Why and what growth?
Surgery: Your surgeon knows exactly why he did this he is the person to ask, we would be guessing. ...Read more
Arthroscopy is minimally invasive joint surgery, commonly used for the knee & shoulder, but also for the ankle, hip, wrist, elbow and other joints. A camera with a fiber optic cable is attached to a video screen placed thru a 1 cm incision and other instruments are introduced thru other small incisions to do the work required. The small incisions allow for quicker ...Read more
On 12/27/14 I had an arthroscopic subacromial decompression/bursectomy. Felt great for 6 wks. Now im in more pain and popping/clicking is worse. Why?
See your ORS: Arthroscopic subacromial decompression is unusual for a 28 yr. Old to have without some other diagnosis or primary problem (shoulder instability, os acromiale, slap tear, etc.)from your hx. I see that you have already had arthroscopic labral repair...Either your shoulder is 'slipping' (subluxating)and / or your labral repair is failing or your joint capsule is 'loose'. See an experienced ors. ... ...Read more
Can u please describe in detail what they do when u have arthroscopic labral debridment acromioplasty synovectomy and bursectomy surgery of left shoulder?
See Below: Acromioplasty (commonly referred to as spur removal or shaving) is one of the most commonly performed shoulder procedures and is also considered to be one of the most overperformed procedures. I would recommend you consider a second opinion with a shoulder specialist to firmly establish the reasons behind your shoulder pain. http://www. Theshouldercenter. Com/labrum-tear-slap-lesion. Htm for more... ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
In september I had arthroscopic surgery on my left shoulder. I had labral and AC debridement, bursectomy and decompression. Why am I still in pain.?
The first thing to do is check with your surgeon.
Continued pain after a surgery can be from an improper diagnosis, not fully taking care of the problem during surgery, or recurrent tears at the shoulder.
Without knowing what you were going in for -- i.e. What was your diagnosis, it is difficult to tell if what was done to your shoulder was the correct thing.
Check with your surgeon. ...Read more
I had a hip bursectomy 3 weeks ago and now the front and outside of my calf is killing me. I also have some foot pain on and off. It is in my left leg?
Minimally invasive: Arthroscopy entails placing a camera in a joint through a small 1-2 cm incision. Shoulders and knees are the most common joints to undergo arthroscopy however, with advances in equipment and techniques, the hip can also be treated. There are numerous conditions which can be address arthroscopically in the hip: impingement, labral tears, loose bodies, synvovitis, and snapping hip are a few. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: The hip arthroscopy is still young. Depending on the expertise of your surgeon, and the amount of work to be done, the hip arthroscopy can be minimally painful or can be very uncomfortable for months. When we reshape the bone and repair the labrum, it is a good amount of surgery (though less than an open surgery). If we just look or clean up, it is quite benign. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hip arthroscopy: Soreness and tight feeling are to be expected. Low back pain and hip pain can be present. Physiotherapy is very important after surgery to help your recovery. At 4-5 months from surgery you may still feel sore after exercise but this is normal. As your body becomes stronger you will be able to do more and increase your activity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hip arthroscopy: Soreness and tight feeling are to be expected. Low back pain and hip pain can be present. Physiotherapy is very important after surgery to help your recovery. At 4-5 months from surgery you may still feel sore after exercise but this is normal. As your body becomes stronger you will be able to do more and increase your activity. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hip arthroscopy: Allows one with an arthroscope and instrumentation to examine the central, peripheral and peritrochanteric compartments of the hip. The labrum in the hip joint can be assessed along with surrounding articular cartilage; impingement lesions such as the pincer and/or cam can be addressed and the hip abductors (glutes) can be assessed. Synovial disease, loose bodies can be taken care of as well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hip pain: Simplistically--anterior ie groin area pain could be arthritic or muscular in origin, lateral pain is often bursitis while pain in back of hip often comes from the spine. If no help with advil or aleve (naproxen). See your pcp. Arthroscopy is done much more for knee issues than hip and certainly not early in the course. ...Read more