Acromioplasty

Acromioplasty, also known as shoulder decompression surgery is a common treatment for shoulder impingement syndrome, especially if non-surgical treatment options don't work for you.

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Biceps Tendon Surgery

In more serious injuries, you might need surgical tendon repair on your biceps tendons. In this procedure, your doctor performs an operation to sew or reattach your tendon together or to a muscle.

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Frozen Shoulder Surgery

Frozen shoulder surgery, also known as capsular release surgery, is a specialized type of surgery on your shoulder to remove scar tissue and cut away any tissue preventing your movement.

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Shoulder and Arm Casts

Shoulder and arm casts, also known as shoulder spicas, are specialized casts. They fit around your torso to support and immobilize your shoulder and arm. In addition to holding the bone in place as it heals, the cast also keeps the muscles from contracting.

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Shoulder and Arm Splints and Braces

When you injure your shoulder or arm, you need to keep it still and immobilized. The way to hold the bone in place is to wear a device such as a splint or brace. Sometimes surgery requires a splint or brace so the shoulder or arm can properly heal.

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Shoulder Replacement (Arthroplasty)

Shoulder replacement, also known as arthroplasty, is a type of surgery that relieves pain and helps a joint work the way it should. This often includes replacing the entire damaged joint with an artificial one.

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Surgical Realignment of the Shoulder

Surgical realignment of the shoulder is the medical procedure to repair damage to bones, tendons, ligaments and other tissues causing shoulder dislocation and breaks. It can restore your shoulder's function and range of motion.

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