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Arthroscopic Surgery
Cartilage Restoration Procedure
Treatment of Fractures

Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
With arthroscopic rotator cuff repair, instead of making a large incision and looking directly at the torn rotator cuff, the surgeon makes several small incisions and works with small instruments and cameras to view the rotator cuff on a video monitor. The surgery is often more accurate and results in faster recovery, less surgical trauma, and less tissue scarring.

Arthroscopic Labrum Repair
The shoulder is basically a ball-and-socket joint, and not a very deep one at that. It allows for great range of motion, but most of its stability is provided by a series of ligaments and a rim of tissue around the “socket” that deepens it, called the glenoid labrum.

Labral tears can be painful and can cause “clicking” sounds and general shoulder instability. Labral tears cannot heal on their own and must be repaired surgically. Fortunately, with today’s arthroscopic technology, many tears can be repaired without great trauma to the patient, and the shoulder can be precisely “tuned” for proper healing and post-treatment shoulder performance. In most cases, arthroscopic surgery is the only solution for a labral tear.

Total Shoulder Replacement
Total shoulder replacement alleviates the pain of severe arthritis or injury by replacing the damaged bone and cartilage with a metal and plastic replacement joint. In total shoulder replacement, the “ball” of the humerus bone is removed and the “socket” of the scapula is shaved down, and both parts replaced.

Patients who have tried the usual treatments for severe shoulder arthritis or injuries without success are possible candidates for shoulder replacement surgery. The operation is performed under general anesthesia and hospital stays vary from one to three days for most patients.

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