Shoulder & Elbow
The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the human body and its proper function is essential for all our daily activities.
Our physicians are skilled at providing an accurate diagnosis, using a precise clinical examination, and diagnostic testing, such as X-ray and MRI, to help create an individual treatment plan for each patient.
Treatment options may include physical therapy and medical management, such as medication or injections, and, if necessary, surgery. We continue to be on the forefront of new techniques in arthroscopic and replacement surgery, including the reversed total shoulder. This replacement can be used to restore function in shoulder conditions which were previously untreatable. If your shoulder is holding you back, visit one of our shoulder specialists so we can help you get mobilized again.
We offer care for problems affecting the shoulder and elbow, whether due to injury or degenerative disorder, including:
- Dislocation or instability
- Elbow ligament reconstruction
- Frozen shoulder
- Joint stiffness or pain
- Rotator cuff disease
- Tennis elbow
- Total elbow or shoulder replacement