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    We are actively searching for ways to educate and communicate with our patients. Our goal is to help you to be better informed about your injury and treatment alternatives.
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  • Shoulder Replacement

    If you need shoulder replacement, this is both positive and stressful time. While it is good to know that something can be done to relieve your pain, often there are concerns about what to expect during and after the surgery.

  • Anatomic Shoulder Replacement

    Anatomic total shoulder replacement (also known as anatomic or total shoulder arthroplasty) is a surgical procedure that involves replacing the arthritic or worn out shoulder joint.

  • Reverse Shoulder Replacement

    Surgical video of reverse shoulder replacement. Reverse shoulder replacement (also known as reverse shoulder arthroplasty) is a surgical procedure designed for patients who have non-repairable damage to their rotator cuff in conjunction with arthritis. This condition is commonly termed cuff tear arthropathy. Arthritis is damage to the shiny white surfaces on the end of the bone, called

  • Arthroscopy for Patients Guide

    When you need shoulder arthroscopy, most patients are happy to know they have a solution for their shoulder pain.

  • Labral Repair

    The labrum is a lip, rim, or bumper cushion of cartilage that goes circumferentially around the socket to deepen and stabilize the shoulder joint. Normally, the labrum or bumper cushion is firmly attached to the edge of the socket, or glenoid rim. However, due to trauma, or repetitive stressful use such as overhead throwing, the labrum can tear away from the bone. This is a labral tear.

  • Rotator Cuff Repair

    Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair in 2 minutes What is the rotator cuff? The rotator cuff is comprised of 4 muscles that run from the scapula (shoulderblade) to the humerus (arm bone). These muscles help to hold the ball and socket together, and work to raise the arm and to rotate the shoulder. The muscles turn into

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