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  • Is Same Day Shoulder Surgery Right for You?

    Is Same Day Shoulder Surgery Right for You?

    Did you know that most shoulder surgery is performed in one day in an outpatient setting? Studies show that same-day shoulder replacement is safe and has a lower complication rate than staying in the hospital.

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  • 3 Signs You Have Shoulder Arthritis

    3 Signs You Have Shoulder Arthritis

    Arthritis Awareness Month is observed in May to raise awareness about the prevalence of arthritis in the US. It is the leading cause of disability, affecting about 1 in 4 individuals.

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  • Benefits of Using Biologics for Shoulder Injuries

    Benefits of Using Biologics for Shoulder Injuries

    Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is an advanced treatment that boosts your body's natural regenerative capacity. It has helped many athletes and sportspersons return to their game after a potentially career-ending injury.

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  • Virtual PT After Shoulder Replacement

    Virtual PT After Shoulder Replacement

    After total shoulder replacement or shoulder arthroscopy surgery, you can benefit from working with a physical therapist using an in-home patient monitoring system. You don't have to leave the comfort of your home to work with a certified ATC/PTA, thanks to virtual physical therapy and PT Genie. PT Genie is a patented, interactive, and avatar-based reality PT training platform. Through a simple app, PT Genie provides an immediate connection between healthcare providers and patients to monitor your home PT exercise program and ensure you use correct form to optimize your recovery.

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  • Modern Advances & Benefits of Rotator Cuff Repair

    Modern Advances & Benefits of Rotator Cuff Repair

    One of the most common shoulder injuries today is a rotator cuff tear. A torn rotator cuff causes a significant amount of pain and can negatively affect your daily activities and lifestyle. The incredible mobility and range of motion of the shoulder joint, can make it vulnerable to tears. Recent advances in the treatment options allow for arthroscopic repair of a torn rotator cuff.

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