A sore or painful shoulder makes it difficult to do much, let alone enjoy an active life. Don’t struggle with ongoing discomfort.
We have answers that can put an end to your aches and pains, helping with:

Arthroscopy for Arthritis:

A tube-like instrument called an arthroscope helps us see and treat arthritis. Making small incisions less than half an inch wide, our surgeons insert a camera into one incision and small instruments through the others to smooth out the irritated area.

Labral Tears:

Labral tears involve the labrum,
which is a ring of cartilage on the rim of the shoulder’s socket. Signs and symptoms may include joint pain or a catching sensation. Individual treatment options will depend on the kind of tear.

Shoulder Stabilization:

The labrum, ligaments, rotator cuff, and biceps tendon stabilize a healthy shoulder. When any of these suffer an injury or condition, the shoulder can become unstable or dislocated. Treatment depends on the type and severity of injury or condition.

Rotator Cuff Repairs:

The rotator cuff is a group of four tendons surrounding and stabilizing the shoulder joint. Pain (often felt over the top of the shoulder) and weakness are the most common symptoms of a problem. Many rotator cuff tears can be treated without surgery, but some require surgical repair to improve pain and strength.

Pectoralis Tendon Tears/Repair:

The pectoralis (pec) is the large muscle in front of the chest. It has two parts: the pectoralis major and the pectoralis minor. The pectoralis major pushes your arms in front of your body. The pectoralis major muscle, or most commonly its tendon attached to the arm bone (humerus), can tear or rupture. A complete tear requires surgery.

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