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Shoulder Replacement

Treating Your Shoulder Pain

If your shoulder pain is limiting your ability to work, play and enjoy activities, isn’t it time you get relief? At Baptist Health system, our team of experts is ready to get you back to your daily life by reducing or eliminating your pain and stiffness. We offer:

  • Advanced diagnostic imaging to diagnose the problem
  • Conservative medical treatment or advanced surgical techniques, depending on your specific needs
  • Comprehensive rehabilitation program

Considering Shoulder Replacement

Often, shoulder pain results from an overuse injury. Treatment to restore function usually begins with pain management, rehabilitation and physical therapy. Using advanced imaging technology, our doctors can provide an accurate diagnosis to develop a customized treatment plan for you. If you do require surgery, we have experts who can replace your joint with an artificial one, easing pain and restoring range of motion.

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