Rotator Cuff Injury | Labral or Cartilage Tears | Biceps Tears
Have you suffered a traumatic injury to your shoulder in a motor vehicle or work accident, or while playing sports? Does your shoulder hurt every time you try to lift your arms? Are you worried, though, that the treatment will be worse than the injury —that you’ll have to undergo extensive surgery and physical therapy that will disrupt your life for months? We can help.
Less Invasive Procedures that Speed Up Your Recovery Time
We understand your fears about the possible long-term impact of shoulder surgery. Our orthopedic fellowship trained spinal surgeons focus on minimally invasive procedures that give you the best chance for a full recovery, including a range of arthroscopic techniques. We work hard to stay current with the technological advances in medical care, so that we can offer options that hasten your recovery and avoid unnecessary disruption to your life.
To schedule an appointment to learn your options for treatment of a traumatic shoulder injury, send us an e-mail.
Our Treatment of Accidental Shoulder Injury
We offer surgical options to people who have suffered shoulder injury in any type of accident, including motor vehicle or workplace incidents, or in athletic events. We administer minimally invasive care to address most types of traumatic shoulder injury:
- Rotator cuff injury—Tears or other injury to the muscles and tendons surrounding the shoulder joint
- Labral tears—Damage to the cartilage attached to the rim of the shoulder socket that holds the shoulder ball in place
- Biceps tears/ruptures—Damage to the tendon that connects one of your upper arm muscles to your shoulder
We focus our practice on the treatment of traumatic/accidental injuries, rather than chronic injuries. We also offer pain management strategies to minimize your discomfort as you heal.
Set Up an Appointment
Let us help you maximize your medical improvement while minimizing the disruption to your daily routine. We will accurately and quickly diagnose all medical needs and work closely with you to identify and implement procedure that will accelerate your recovery time. To make an appointment, contact us by e-mail.