You woke up one morning and your shoulder pain is off the charts. This is the most severe shoulder pain you've ever had. Most people with severe shoulder pain
A baseball batter's shoulder is an injury unique to batting that causes a posterior labral tear in your non-dominant, leading shoulder which faces the
Sorry to say, but most people will eventually suffer from shoulder pain. Whether your pain is due to an injury or you simply woke up with the pain many of you
You had surgery to repair your rotator cuff tear. Your recovery was not as rapid or complete as you would have liked. In an effort to see why your shoulder is
Shoulder pain exacts a large toll on society at large. Shoulder pain is a significant cause of disability and leads to quality of life issues. Shoulder pain has
Pain on the top of the shoulder is very common in many weight lifters and bodybuilders. Bench press and military presses tend to be the most bothersome
In this video Dr Jeff Berg and I discuss fractures of the clavicle, or the collarbone. Fractures of the clavicle typically occur from a fall, or a direct
Partial rotator cuff tears are a very common finding on a routine shoulder MRI. Most of you with shoulder pain do not recall a severe injury. The majority of
Rotator cuff surgery involves a long recovery process. Trust me... it is a lot longer than you think it will be. Depending on your occupation and the type of
A dislocated shoulder usually occurs from sports or a traumatic injury. Most shoulder dislocations occur from falling onto the arm, or after being struck hard
Impingement syndrome was a name coined many decades ago. Back then we thought that impingement syndrome was the cause of shoulder pain and rotator cuff tears.
In this video Dr Jeff Berg and myself will review the topic of SLAP lesions or SLAP tears. This is a very controversial area in the Sports Medicine community.