Shoulder Conditions We Treat

Our award-winning team provides specialized care for shoulder injuries. We help you manage pain and improve function with innovative treatments and care plans that are unique to you. 

Our Approach to Shoulder Pain

Whether stiffness, shoulder dislocation or arthritis is causing discomfort, our goal is to get you back to the life you love, fast. You also receive:

  • Expertise: Our orthopaedic surgeons have completed the highest level of training in their specialties. They use their knowledge and skills to improve care and outcomes.
  • Innovative technology: Our surgeons are leading efforts to develop new instruments and techniques that will improve shoulder surgery success rates. For you, that means access to the latest technologies through our active clinical trial program.
  • A better patient experience: Our compassionate staff wants you to feel as prepared and stress-free as possible before, during and after treatment. We provide you with extensive information about procedures and therapies. You'll have the time and answers to process what to expect. 
  • Team-based care: In addition to our shoulder and elbow surgeons, our experienced orthopaedic team includes hand and wrist experts, trauma surgeons and rehabilitation therapists. They collaborate to provide the best head-to-toe care possible.
  • Nationally recognized nurses: Our patients report high levels of satisfaction thanks to our nurses. Because patients experience more one-on-one time with their nurses and have faster recoveries, we have achieved Magnet Recognition® from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Magnet designation is the gold standard for nursing care.

Shoulder Conditions We Treat

Our doctors specialize in shoulder care. We offer nonsurgical and surgical care for:

  • Biceps tendon tears
  • Bone spurs
  • Broken arm or shoulder
  • Dislocated shoulder (separated shoulder), including multidirectional shoulder dislocations
  • Fractures, including acromial, clavicle (collarbone), humeral (upper arm bone), glenoid (shoulder socket) and scapular (shoulder blade) fractures
  • Glenoid dysplasia (abnormal development in the shoulder socket)
  • Labral tears
  • Nerve injuries
  • Nonunion shoulder fractures (learn more about reconstructive surgery after orthopaedic trauma)
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Shoulder blade pain
  • Shoulder stiffness and instability
  • Sprains
  • Sternoclavicular joint dysfunction
  • Throwing shoulder injuries
Get Help or Make an Appointment

To learn more or make an appointment, call or send a message to the Shoulder and Elbow team.

Available 24 hours a day