The Area’s Most Advanced Shoulder Treatment

Get Expert Care from Our Dedicated Shoulder Specialists

The joints and muscles in your shoulders are vital to your ability to perform everyday tasks such as lifting, carrying, driving, and writing. In fact, the shoulder is the most movable joint in the body. Your shoulder is less stable than other joints because the ball (the humerus) is larger than the socket (the glenoid) that holds it. So, when you dislocate your shoulder or start to experience pain or discomfort in these ball-and-socket joints, it’s important to get the right care as soon as possible.

To provide relief from shoulder pain caused by injury or inflammation, OrthoUnited physicians can use conservative methods such as medications and physical therapy or arthroplasty surgery, if required. Shoulder replacement removes the damaged or diseased joint and replaces it with an artificial shoulder implant (prosthesis) that is designed to move like a normal, healthy joint. Our highly-respected shoulder specialists provide advanced treatment for these complex joints that you rely on every single day. When shoulder pain is keeping you from doing what you love, put your trust in our talented doctors!

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Common & Complex Shoulder Injuries

Our shoulder experts treat these injuries and conditions by first performing a comprehensive evaluation of the affected area and ordering diagnostic testing to ensure an accurate diagnosis.

The following are just a sampling of the shoulder injuries and conditions we treat. Whether common or highly complex, our specialists can find the right solution for you.

  • Adhesive Capsulitis (frozen shoulder)
  • Clavicle fractures
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Dislocated shoulder
  • Shoulder Arthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Tendonitis
  • Shoulder instability

Learn more about the shoulder injuries we treat!

Shoulder Treatment Options

We use the most innovative and minimally-invasive techniques to help eliminate your pain and significantly the range of motion in your shoulders. Our specialists tailor every treatment plan to meet your specific needs. Methods include:

Meet Our Shoulder Doctors

Our Patients Say It Best

“From the first visit with Dr. Eschbaugh I was so impressed.”
-Lela B
“Very courteous and professional about the way they explain and do everything.”
-Kevin H
“My doctor M Bickett is amazing. My daughter was given updates from her immediately after surgery. My shoulder is coming along good according to my therapist. Thank you everyone involved.”
-Aileen K
“Absolutely wonderful experience from preparation, to surgery, to post surgery physical therapy. All staff are thoroughly professional and competent. Appointments on time and call backs received promptly. First class all the way. Highly recommend”
-Gail M

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