Treatments for Shoulder Injuries and Ailments

Our seasoned team of professionals boasts a wealth of experience and proficiency in diagnosing, managing, and treating a wide array of shoulder conditions. Your shoulder is an intricate and remarkable system, an unparalleled piece of natural engineering that comprises bones, muscles, and tendons all working together in perfect concert.

This complex structure provides the shoulder an extraordinary degree of mobility, enabling a range of movements unparalleled in the human body. From simple tasks like lifting and carrying to complex actions like reaching and throwing, the shoulder plays an essential role in many of the activities that fill our daily lives.


Regardless of the specific shoulder condition you are facing, you can rest assured that our team of highly-trained orthopedic specialists at MOS is ready to assist you. We are committed to diagnosing your condition accurately and providing the most effective treatment options tailored to your individual needs. Each member of our team shares the common goal of supporting you through your recovery journey and working relentlessly to help you return to an active, pain-free life. Your well-being, successful recovery, and the revival of your active lifestyle are, without a doubt, our utmost priorities.

Rotator Cuff Tears


These are injuries to the group of muscles and tendons that stabilize your shoulder joint. Often seen in athletes or those who perform repetitive overhead activities, symptoms can include persistent shoulder pain, weakness, and a decreased range of motion.

Shoulder Impingement


Shoulder impingement occurs when the shoulder blade exerts pressure on the soft tissues beneath it, leading to pain during shoulder movements, especially those overhead. Chronic impingement can sometimes cause rotator cuff tears.

Frozen Shoulder


Also known as adhesive capsulitis, this condition is characterized by pain and stiffness in the shoulder, leading to a severe restriction in movements. It is typically seen in people over the age of 40 and more common in women.

Shoulder Instability/Dislocation


Dislocation happens when the upper arm bone is forced out of the shoulder socket. Frequent dislocations can cause shoulder instability, leading to recurrent injuries.

Arthritis of the Shoulder


This refers to several conditions causing inflammation of the shoulder joint, resulting in pain and stiffness. The most common types are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and post-traumatic arthritis.

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