Improving Shoulder Replacement

A newer shoulder implant preserves bone and maintains motion.


When painful shoulder arthritis interferes with your daily life and can no longer be managed with nonsurgical measures, it may be time for surgery. The standard procedure is a total shoulder replacement.

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