The shoulder is a complex joint with many moving parts, and a small injury to one bone, muscle or tendon can affect the way we use the whole joint, leading to further injury. It's important to respond quickly to shoulder pain and fix the problem immediately.

Common Injuries:

Rotator Cuff Tear (More Information On Rotator Cuff Tears)
Clavicle (Collarbone) Fracture
Labrum Tear
Biceps Tendon Tear
Shoulder Dislocation
Shoulder Impingement

Procedures Performed:

All Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repairs
Arthroscopic Labral Repairs
Arthroscopic Instability Repair
Capsular Shrinkage Surgery
Shoulder Replacement Surgery-Bipolar X-ray
Articular Cartilage Repair & Transplantation
Arthroscopic Labral Allograft / Xenograft Reconstruction
Acromioclavicular Joint Reconstruction
All Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression 
All Arthroscopic Acromioclavicular Joint Resection
Pectoralis Major Avulsion Repairs 
Subacromial Decompressions
Subcoracoid Decompression
Arthroscopic Biceps Tendon Transfer (Repairs Biceps Tendonitis, Eliminating Pain)

Did You Know?

The clavicle (collarbone) is the most frequently broken bone in the body. .

The rotator cuff is not a single muscle, but rather a group of muscles, bones, ligaments and tendons that work together to help you move your arms. Arthroscopic rotator cuff procedures are significantly quicker and less painful than traditional open surgeries, with much shorter recovery times. The Center of Ortohpedic Excellence nearly always performs rotator cuff scopes on an out-patient basis.