We see a variety of shoulder injuries, but one of the most common is a rotator cuff tear. Whether this is from an acute injury or wear and tear over the years, we have worked with many patients to both prevent surgery or to help them regain strength and range of motion in their shoulder after a rotator cuff repair.
Due to the anatomy of the shoulder it is the most mobile joint in the body with the most degrees of freedom. This means there are a multitude of ways to injure your shoulder. We often see patients with a total shoulder replacement, impingement, bursitis, labral tears, dislocations, and arthritis. If you don’t see your injury listed above, our skilled clinicians have the tools to make sure you receive the best possible care and rehabilitate your shoulder appropriately.