You lift, pull, push and carry using your shoulders. Shoulders are comprised of three joints that connect the arms, shoulders and chest providing a full range of motion. Shoulder injuries often occur from overuse, trauma or degeneration. Many times those injuries can be treated without surgery and prescribed physical therapy or injections to reduce inflammation. If surgery is recommended, then you and the expert surgeon of your choice will decide on an individualized plan to treat the injury, alleviate pain and restore your strength.
Common shoulder injuries to evaluate:
- Fractures & Tears
- Frozen Shoulder
- Rotator Cuff Injury
- Shoulder Separation & Dislocation