A key articulation for mobility
Loss of mobility in the shoulder can be painful and impact the most simple everyday activities. Many shoulder conditions can be treated by conservative means or through re-education. Others require surgical interventions. Thanks to more recent technical developments, these procedures are becoming less and less invasive. The Grangettes specialists perform many operations using arthroscopy, like repairing tendons or ligaments, or remodeling damaged cartilage. In the case of arthrosis, installing a prosthesis is also taken into consideration, often followed by re-education. Even if the phase of recuperation following shoulder surgery can be long, improvements in prosthesis technology does allow speedier recovery of optimal mobility.