Because of its workload, your shoulder is very susceptible to a complex variety of conditions that can cause a decreased range in motion. Pain and swelling are the first signs that your shoulder may need to be looked at by a doctor.
Whether it’s an acute injury, or one from overuse, diagnosing a shoulder injury is a fairly simple process. Our specialists will work with you to understand the degree of discomfort and gather as much information as possible before working with you to create a personalized care plan.
In most cases, surgery is not necessary to treat conditions affecting the shoulder. We use a combination of physical therapy, home therapy and medication management before considering surgical options.
Fractures in the shoulder or joints will likely require surgery. If that is the case, we offer non-invasive surgical options whenever possible.
The goal is always to get you back to feeling your best as quickly as possible.
At Bon Secours, we provide leading-edge nonsurgical treatment options for our patients whenever possible. Our highly trained team of orthopedists and physical therapists will help you minimize downtime and return to your favorite activities, as pain free as possible.
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