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Beaumont Doctors Specializing in Sports Medicine. Shoulder Surgery. Arthroscopy SLAP repair for torn labrum or biceps anchor Subacromial Decompression for impingement Distal clavicle excision AC joint arthritis Rotator cuff repair for torn cuff. Anatomy. Anatomy. Anatomy.

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Beaumont Doctors Specializing in

Sports Medicine


Shoulder Surgery

  • Arthroscopy

  • SLAP repair for torn labrum or biceps anchor

  • Subacromial Decompression for impingement

  • Distal clavicle excision AC joint arthritis

  • Rotator cuff repair for torn cuff


Anatomy


Anatomy


Anatomy


Arthroscopic Surgery


SLAP Tear


SLAP Tear

Normal

Torn


SLAP Tear


SLAP Repair


SLAP Repair


Impingement


Impingement


Subacromial Decompression


AC Joint Arthritis


Distal Clavicle Excision


Rotator Cuff Tear


Rotator Cuff Tear

MRI


Rotator Cuff RepairThree ways to address depending on size of tear:

  • Arthroscopic

  • “Mini - Open”

  • “Open”


Rotator Cuff Repair


Rotator Cuff Repair


Rotator Cuff Repair


Goal

Shoulder that is pain free and functional


Possible Risks and Complications

  • Anesthetic

  • Stiffness

  • Infection

  • Retear of repair

  • Pain


Rehab

  • Initial degree of protection depends on procedure

  • Longer period of protection if “repair” performed (4 to 6 weeks)

  • Physical Therapy 3x/ week x 6 to 12 weeks

  • Expect 3 to 6 months for full recovery


No surgery is ever “guaranteed,” but shoulder surgery is a highly successful


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