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