Your shoulder is a complex joint that gives your arm a wide range of motion. It is where three bones come together — the collarbone, scapula (shoulder blade), and humerus (arm bone). The shoulder also includes ligaments, tendons, muscles, and cartilage.
Shoulder problems usually result from a disease of the soft tissues or an injury. Overuse from repetitive motions during hobby, sports, or work commonly causes soft tissue problems. Fractures and other bone injuries of the shoulder are usually due to trauma. If your shoulder injury occurred while playing a sport or exercising, our sports medicine program can help you recover and prevent future injuries.
Shoulder injuries and conditions we treat:
Your specific shoulder problem will determine your treatment plan. We specialize in the latest procedures, including minimally invasive surgery, and more.