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Biologic repair for the shoulder

Injuries to the shoulder produce pain with activities and often at night.

Restoring normal tissue anatomy is the key to long-term shoulder function.

When surgical repair is necessary we employ biologic techniques to repair, regenerate and replace the torn tissues. These techniques include:

 

Complex rotator cuff repair

Labral repair for shoulder instability and dislocations

Clavicle repair using a novel intramedullary screw rather than plates for clavicle fractures

AC joint reconstruction with allograft tendons

Impingement repair with removal of the inflamed bursa

Makoplasty-partial-knee-replacement
Knees do not necessarily wear out evenly, sometimes one part of the knee is perfectly fine while another part is completely destroyed. If only part of the knee joint is worn out, why replace all of it?
The human shoulder is a complex system, interconnecting bones, muscles, tendons and cartilage. When shoulder pain occurs, finding out exactly what’s going wrong is the first step toward a cure.
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Meniscus transplant and articular cartilage repair

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