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When it Comes to Sports Medicine…

Our team of specialty-trained physicians, surgeons, therapists, physicians’ assistants, and nurses put patient care above all else when creating diagnosis and treatment plans. Our goal is to maximize recovery for your injury.

Do I need surgery? My shoulder doesn‘t hurt that bad… Are injections or therapy an option?

Shoulder Pain

Brief Overview

When the pain is bad enough, people tend to seek medical care; as well they should, because accurately determining the source of the problem is essential to correcting it.

Shoulder pain can be caused by a number of things ranging from Tendinitis, bursitis, arthritis or some type of sports or work injury. The good news is that surgery isn’t necessary for most people and our team of experts can help determine what is right for you.

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Arthroscopy may be recommended for shoulder problems such as:

• Evaluation and treatment of instability
• A torn or damaged cartilage ring (labrum) or  biceps tendon
• A torn rotator cuff
• Stiffness of the shoulder
• Subacromial decompression
• Arthritis of the end of the clavicle
• Treatment of frozen shoulder
• Removal of loose bodies
• Debridement / drainage of shoulder joint infection


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An ACL injury will initially cause knee swelling and pain, and thought the pain may subside, you will feel an instability or shifting in your knee during certain activities – typically a turning or twisting at the knee.

Treatment will vary depending on the diagnosis and severity of the tear. Minor tears or ruptures can be treated using physical rehabilitation. If the injury is more severe then a minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery may be recommended to repair the damage.

It is important to note that our advanced surgical techniques can reliably allow many to return to high impact sports where in the past many athletes were prohibited from returning to these types of activities.

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Hip (Arthroscopic procedures)

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Hip Arthroscopy is typically recommended when all non-surgical treatments have failed to remedy your pain. In addition to relieving pain from an injury or some other orthopaedic condition, hip orthoscopy is used to prevent further problems such as hip dysplasia, synovitis or even hip joint infection which can be much more serious in addition to painful.

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What is Hip Arthroscopy?

Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure used by specialists to diagnose and treat joint problems. The procedure utilizes a tiny camera that allows surgeons to view the inside of your hip to identify and correct damage like torn cartilage, bone spurs and inflamed synovial tissue.


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Meniscus tears are a common sports injury and can also be a common degenerative injury for elderly people. Common symptoms may include pain, stiffness, swelling popping or locking.

There are other knee problems that can cause similar symptoms making it essential to consult an expert to accurately diagnose. Like most joint injuries treatment can range from physical therapy to arthroscopic surgery. With the proper diagnosis and treatment most patients return to their pre-injury life and activities

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A torn Achilles tendon is a pretty serious injury in that it most likely has caused you intense pain, made it difficult to walk and is typically a very time intensive recovery back to full activity, but our specialists are here for you.

Unlike some of the other sports related injuries listed above, correcting damage to the Achilles is almost always treated with surgery. On the bright side, it is not very likely that another rupture will happen after surgery.

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