Shoulder Dislocations

What is a Shoulder Dislocation? A shoulder dislocation is present when the ball (the top of the humerus) of the shoulder is no longer in contact with the socket (glenoid). Most shoulder dislocations occur as … continue reading

As Sports Medicine Surges, Hope Springs Eternal….

“Unfortunately in our field, there often is acceptance and use before there is data,” When I came through my training, I never saw patients over 40 who required a ligament reconstruction of their knee.  I rarely encountered … continue reading

It’s Where Your Patients Are… Where Are You?

There’s little question that more and more physicians are starting to understand the opportunities offered to them by establishing a presence on the web… rooted in such a manner that it layers well onto the … continue reading

Partial Rotator Cuff Tears

Partial rotator cuff tears are a common cause of shoulder pain. It is not uncommon for most people to have an MRI report that mentions a partial rotator cuff tear. That tend to leads to a lot … continue reading