PASTA Lesion and Repair

July 4, 2016

pasta-repair-2-728“Every case is unique and needs a personal touch to it for complete recovery and that is where the skill and expertise of the surgeon comes in. PASTA Lesion, a partial tear of the supraspinatus tendon on the articular side is a debilitating condition in the rotator cuff “, asserts Dr. Gupta. The patient should consult our medical team >> click here for appointment More than 6000 surgeries and 25 years of experience from AIIMS, Medanta and at present Max Healthcare have made Dr. Vikas Gupta one of the best Hand and Shoulder specialists in India today. He has been acclaimed by the medical department and the government for his professional ethics and skill innumerable times by being awarded for the same with prestigious awards. “It needs to be understood here that PASTA Lesion can either be caused by a traumatic fall or ageing or mostly by some action that causes a twist or forceful pull in the arm. Immense pain and weakness during lifting the arm overhead, throwing or in an outward gesture signifies the presenc

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May 23, 2016

ElbowFractures_SMPresently as Head in the ‘Shoulder and Hand Division’, MAX Healthcare Dr. Gupta puts forth eminently, “Fractures in the elbow joint are varied and can occur in any of the three bones that make it up. They indirectly and invariably affect both arm and shoulder movements to a great extent.” Dr. Gupta, one of the most skilled specialists in the field of upper extremity with more than 25 years of experience and 6000 surgeries in the background ponders for a few moments before saying, “Cautiousness is essential if you fall on an outstretched arm or with high force, have weak bones affected by arthritis or any traumatic injury as these factors are enough to break any bone or multiple bones in your elbow.” The patient should consult our medical team >> click here for appointment “Immediate swelling and intense pain in the joint are the first common signs enforce the presence of a possible fracture and deformity in the bone shape with a crackling sound indicates severe and displaced fractures so

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November 17, 2015

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis (pain in the joints) which causes pain, swelling and lack of movements in your joints. It can occur in any joint but it usually affects hands, knees, hips or spine. Osteoarthritis breaks down the cartilage in your joints. Cartilage is the slippery tissue that covers the ends of bones in a joint. Healthy cartilage absorbs the shock of movement thus facilitating movement but when you lose cartilage, your bones start to rub together and over a period of time this rubbing can permanently damage the joint. The following are the symptoms that indicate that you might have osteoarthritis:

  • Stiffness in a joint after getting out of bed or getting up after sitting for a long time
  • Swelling or soreness in a joint
  • Pain in a joint after movement
  • Sound of bone rubbing on bone which comes out as a crunching sound
  • The bones in the middle and end joints of the fingers may be enlarged (which may or may not be painful)

On persistence of any symptoms mentioned above the patient should immediately consult our medical team >>Click here for Appointment Anyone can be affected by osteoarthritis but people with the below mentioned problems are more prone to it:

  • Someone who is overweight

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