Arthritis

Our orthopedic and sports medicine doctors are experts in treating arthritis. We will develop a personalized pain management and rehabilitation plan to keep you active.

Learn More

Biceps Tendon Rupture/Tear

Our orthopedic and sports medicine doctors will develop a treatment plan that best fits your lifestyle. Our goal is to manage your pain and help you resume normal daily activities.

Learn More

Clavicle Fracture

Our orthopedic and sports medicine doctors will create the best pain management, treatment and rehabilitation plan for your injury and lifestyle. Our goal is to keep you active.

Learn More

Floating Shoulder

A floating shoulder injury occurs when two of the shoulder bones break. Our team of sports medicine and orthopedic doctors will create a pain management and treatment plan based on the location and severity of your break.

Learn More

Fractures of the Shoulder

Our physicians will evaluate the need for surgery or physical therapy. If you need surgery, we may use minimally invasive methods to reduce your pain and recovery time.

Learn More

Frozen Shoulder

Our team of sports medicine and orthopedic doctors will develop an individualized treatment plan that may include anti-inflammatory medication, physical therapy and minimally invasive surgery.

Learn More

Labral Tear

Our sports medicine and orthopedic doctors will assess your labral tear to determine if you need surgery and then develop a personalized treatment, pain management and rehabilitation plan.

Learn More

Shoulder Impingement (Bursitis and Tendinitis)

Our orthopedic and sports medicine doctors will develop a treatment plan based on your age, activity level and overall health. Surgery is rarely needed.

Learn More

Shoulder Separation

Our orthopedic and sports medicine doctors will develop a personalized pain management and treatment plan that may include physical therapy or minimally invasive surgery.

Learn More

Shoulder Sprain

Our sports medicine and orthopedic doctors will develop a personalized treatment plan to manage your pain and prevent further injury. In severe cases, we may recommend minimally invasive surgery.

Learn More