Your Shoulder

Your Shoulder

When patients face limited shoulder functionality due to pain, their quality of life can quickly diminish. Fortunately, our team at Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation is well versed in this area of medicine. Our team will work diligently to diagnose the cause of your shoulder pain, then craft a treatment regimen that will get you back to being pain-free.

Shoulder Issues We Treat

Due to the shoulder joint’s intricate makeup, there are no shortages of issues plaguing this area. They can come about due to physical activities, trauma-inducing accidents, or even through no patients’ fault. No matter the problem, our team will administer the treatment we believe will restore functionality to the joint. Examples of the shoulder issues our orthopedists will assist with include, but are not limited to:

  • Dislocations.
  • Separations.
  • Fractures.
  • Cartilage tears.
  • Labral tears.
  • Rotator cuff injuries.
  • Frozen shoulder.
  • Bursitis.
  • Impingement.
  • Arthritic pain.
  • Tendonitis.

Symptoms Managed

Each of the previously listed injuries and conditions causes varying symptoms in and around the shoulder. Our team is aware of this, which is why we focus on finding ways to manage any shoulder symptoms patients visit us for. By scheduling an appointment with our team, patients will be able to find relief and address any of the following symptoms:

  • Severe pain and shoulder stiffness.
  • Limited range of motion.
  • The shoulder pops in and out of its socket during movement.
  • Visible deformities of the joint.
  • Increased swelling around the joint.
  • Pain or weakness that radiates from the shoulder and down the arm to the hand.

Treatment Options

With numerous conditions and symptoms that need to be taken care of, it’s essential that the medical team you choose to work with offers various treatment options for shoulder problems. Here at Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservations, we offer just that. Treatment methods we offer depending on the severity of your condition include:

  • Immobilization methods, such as casting or bracing.
  • PRP & stem cell therapy.
  • Steroid injections.
  • Reconstructive surgery.
  • Referring patients to a trusted physical therapist.
  • Prescription of anti-inflammatory or pain relief medication.

Contact Us

Those dealing with shoulder pain should not wait to seek the care they require. Contact our team at Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation today to restore your shoulder health and improve your quality of life.

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