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Shoulder Conditions

female swimmer kneels by edge of swimming pool holding her sore right shoulderThe joints of the shoulder provide the functionality to perform a wide range of essential daily tasks, such as eating, getting dressed, working, exercising, engaging in play, and many more activities. If you’re experiencing pain, stiffness, or discomfort, your well-being can be significantly affected. Fortunately, dramatic advances have been made in hand and arm injuries, disorders, and birth defects in the last several years that may be able to help you improve or restore the use of these joints and enhance your quality of life.

Our specialty-trained orthopaedic surgeons perform thousands of procedures each year to address a broad array of common conditions as well as more advanced concerns. Furthermore, utilizing state-of-the-art reconstructive, microvascular, and endoscopic surgical techniques and advanced technology, can allow us to offer the safest, most effective treatment with the shortest recovery period possible.

Our experienced orthopaedic surgeons emphasize minimally invasive and non-surgical approaches first, progressing to more advanced modalities as necessary to achieve typically superior results. During your initial consultation, we will be happy to customize a treatment plan to suit your needs and concerns while providing a compassionate and caring environment. For more information about shoulder treatment options, please follow the links above or on the right.

Be sure to visit our Shoulder Joint Preservation Center for important information.

If you would like additional information or to schedule a consultation with one of our skilled surgeons, please contact us today.

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