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Shoulder Patient Outcomes

Rotator Cuff Repair

%

of patients reported

somewhat to no difficulty sleeping on affected side

6 months post-surgery

Rotator Cuff Repair

%

of patients reported

somewhat to no difficulty playing usual sports with affected arm

6 months post-surgery

Rotator Cuff Repair

%

of patients reported

somewhat to no difficulty doing usual work with affected arm

6 months post-surgery

The shoulder is hands down the most flexible joint in your body. It is capable of an incredible range of motion. As a ball-and-socket-type of joint, it has much of the same flexibility as the hip joint, but is also used more in daily activities and athletics leading to its higher incidence of injuries and issues. 

Among the most common shoulder problems are arthritis, fracture, rotator cuff tear, dislocation and bursitis. 

No matter the problem you’re having with your shoulder, our board-certified physicians are experts in surgical  treatment to help your shoulder pain

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