Type of Surgery
The most common surgical procedures for the shoulders, arms, and elbows are designed to address painful and damaged connections at joints and other areas. Shoulder replacements require the insertion of a prosthetic joint, while other procedures replace torn ligaments such as those in the elbow.
Introduction to Shoulder, Arm, and Elbow Surgery
Common shoulder, arm, and elbow complaints disrupt the harmony of musculoskeletal structures in these areas.Â Athletes, for example, perform repetitive...
Finding a Shoulder, Elbow, and Arm Surgeon
What makes many people so wary of shoulder, elbow, and arm surgeries?Â Perhaps it is the innate complexity of these structures: to fix a proximal...
What to Expect on the Day of Surgery
Surgery can be somewhat frightening even for the bravest among us. You are only partially clothed, everywhere you look people are dressed in masks...
One in seven Americans has an orthopedic impairment.
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