One of the most mobile joints in the body, the shoulder is an area comprised of 3 bones, and several muscles, ligaments and tendons. It is inherently an “unstable” joint because of the wide range of motion it requires and the small amount of space in the joint. The shoulder demands mobility for a wide range of actions of the arms and hands, but also stability to allow for actions such as lifting, pushing and pulling.

These lists are not inclusive of all conditions and procedures. In order to obtain a complete and accurate diagnosis, a physician should assess your individual situation. Following diagnosis, your physician will discuss appropriate treatment options with you – both surgical and non-surgical. Schedule an appointment with an Orthopedic ONE physician.

Common Shoulder Pain Sources

This inherent instability can easily lead to injuries such as muscle injury, arthritis or “wear and tear” of the joint cartilage, dislocations and fracture. Overuse injuries, especially among athletes and aging adults are quite common. These often present as shoulder pain and/or limited function.

Whether you are an athlete experiencing pain, or an aging adult with limited mobility, or have suffered trauma from a fall or accident, the shoulder surgeons at Orthopedic ONE will first conduct a thorough physical evaluation using advanced diagnostic equipment if necessary. There are a variety of both surgical and non surgical treatment options for conditions of the shoulder. A qualified orthopedic shoulder doctor can help effectively diagnose and treat most conditions.

Our Shoulder Specialists

At Orthopedic ONE, our team of shoulder surgeons is one of world class quality. With fellowship training in basic arthroscopic shoulder surgeries to advanced shoulder replacement and reconstruction procedures, when you choose a shoulder surgeon at Orthopedic ONE, you are in highly qualified and experienced hands. If you are experiencing shoulder pain, call Orthopedic ONE today and let us help you get back to enjoying your life.