If you have injured your rotator cuff, you more than likely have an issue such as a SLAP injury, torn ligament, or severe inflammation leading to bone spurs. All of these issues can be treated with non-surgical options initially, but if they are left untreated it can lead to severe complications and the need for

The most common form of shoulder arthritis is osteoarthritis. Many people assume that osteoarthritis is age-related and is a degenerative joint disease that only affects older people. But, while it is true that older people are at a higher risk for developing this disease, it is not a condition only affecting elderly people. Shoulder arthritis

The shoulder is a ball and socket joint, with the round portion of the upper arm bone (humerus) fitting into the socket, which is a groove in the shoulder blade. With a dislocated shoulder, the entire rounded ball comes out of the socket. A partially dislocated shoulder involves only part of the ball coming out

Basics of Rotator Cuff Tendonitis What is the rotator cuff? The rotator cuff is an area of four muscles and tendons which are attached to your bone inside of your shoulder joint. This combined with cartilage around your shoulder joint (labrum) enables you to keep your shoulder stable and to move it. What is rotator