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Shoulder Replacement Surgery

The shoulder is one of the most mobile and complex joints in the human body. This complexity is what allows you to rotate, stretch, lift, and perform all the other shoulder movements that get you through your everyday life and your favorite activities. However, it’s also what makes the shoulder prone to injury, as well as wear and tear that can ultimately lead to pain and reduced mobility.

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Diagram of a shoulder replacement

Shoulder Arthroscopy

Shoulder arthroscopy is a minimally-invasive procedure used to diagnose and treat a variety of shoulder conditions. Arthroscopic surgery involves the use of specialized instruments inserted through small incisions in the skin around the shoulder joint.

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Sports Medicine

Sports medicine is a subspecialty within the field of orthopedics that focuses on the treatment of injuries related to exercise or sports. It combines a broad knowledge of general orthopedics with advanced training in sports medicine and athletic rehabilitation. For athletes who have been injured, it's important that they receive treatment from a truly qualified orthopedic sports medicine doctor.

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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a vital part of recovery after an orthopedic procedure or injury. In order to restore your injured joint, muscle, or ligament to full strength, you'll need to complete a comprehensive physical therapy program with the help of a professional.

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Regenerative Medicine

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment is an exciting non-surgical option that can help athletes achieve a faster and more effective recovery from sports-related injuries. PRP is a concentration of platelets from your own (autologous) blood. These platelets contain growth factors, which can help accelerate your body’s natural recovery process, reduce inflammation, and reduce scar tissue. This helps athletes get back to their sports quickly while also reducing pain and recovery time.

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