What all you are supposed to know about TSR (Total Shoulder Replacement)?

by Dr. Shailendra Patil Orthopedic Surgeon

TSR (Total Shoulder Replacement)

In arthritis, the cartilage on the ends of the shoulder bone gets damaged, and the bones rub on each other. The causes of arthritis are; rheumatoid disease, torn rotator cuff tendons or by wear and tear.

Dr. Shailendra Patil review his experience during the TSR Surgery at Bone And Joint Care Clinic.

What part of the shoulder gets replaced?

In the shoulder joint, the ball is held by the ligaments and rotator cutoff tendons in the socket. The rotator cuff muscles begin on the shoulder blade, and they turn into tendons that are attached to the ball.Our shoulder is a ball and socket joint. The ball is called the humeral head, and it is the upper part of the bone. The socket is part of the scaptila or the shoulder blade.

Whether the socket is replaced or not depends on the severity of the problem. View More

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About Dr. Shailendra Patil Senior   Orthopedic Surgeon

305 connections, 4 recommendations, 774 honor points.
Joined APSense since, November 23rd, 2017, From Mumbai, India.

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