At Parkridge Bone & Joint, you don’t have to deal with joint pain in your shoulder. Our experienced care team uses their years of experience to accurately diagnose your shoulder pain and get you started on the path to healing. From complex rotator cuff tears to total joint replacement, we can help you live pain-free.
Treatment for Shoulder Pain
We provide comprehensive education and non-surgical treatment options first. If you still aren’t finding relief from pain or if your shoulder is severely damaged from injury or arthritis, surgery is an option. At Parkridge Bone & Joint, we’ll take time to walk with you through all of your options.
We can help with:
- Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery
- Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement
- Frozen Shoulder
- Shoulder Joint Replacement
- Shoulder Instability
- Shoulder Sprain
- Shoulder Labral Tear
- Shoulder Dislocation
- Shoulder Tendinopathy
- Floating Shoulder
- Shoulder Joint Resurfacing
- Rotator Cuff Repair
Shoulder Replacement Options
Degenerative arthritis causes cartilage to wear down over time and it’s the most common reason why people need a shoulder replacement. Without this cushioning, your shoulder becomes stiff and painful. This procedure replaces the damaged parts of your joint with artificial pieces that mirror the natural structure of your shoulder.
Depending on your unique condition, Dr. Redish will discuss the different techniques for shoulder surgery and choose the best option with you. Choosing orthopedic surgery is the first step to living without joint pain. Our compassionate, experienced team will walk with you through your entire journey from your first appointment to recovery.
Rotator Cuff Injuries
If you suffer from a severe rotator cuff injury, it can actually damage your joint structure and wear down the cartilage. If your rotator cuff is completely torn and you have developed a complex type of shoulder arthritis, a reverse total shoulder replacement can be a solution to your pain. This procedure takes a different approach to total shoulder replacement so you can use different muscles in your shoulders to move your arm because the rotator cuff no longer functions. This shoulder surgery can help maximize mobility and decrease shoulder pain.