Shoulder Replacement: Two Options

Your rotator cuff often determines the type of replacement you get.


Most people associate joint pain with the hips and knees. But for some, pain and diminished range of motion occur in the shoulder. As with hip and knee replacements, shoulder replacement surgery is a viable option when conservative measures no longer work.

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