Rotator Cuff and Shoulder Orthopedic Surgery
You can count on our team of experienced surgeons at Texas Institute of Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine to find the answer to your shoulder condition. With a comprehensive examination, our team can accurately diagnose your condition and discuss potential surgical and non-surgical treatment options. Contact us today to schedule your consultation at any of our locations in the state of Texas.
Conditions We Commonly Treat
We understand how detrimental shoulder injuries can be to your daily life. We aim to provide relief for the following shoulder-related conditions:
- Shoulder Instability / Dislocations & Separation
- Rotator Cuff / Labral Tears
- Impingement & Bursitis
- Frozen Shoulder/Stiffness
- Biceps Disorders
Our Shoulder Surgery Treatment Options
To address common shoulder injuries, our team utilizes a broad range of surgical procedures. Before we proceed with surgery, we perform a comprehensive examination where we accurately diagnose your condition and discuss potential surgical and non-surgical treatment options. We’ll walk you through your options and explain the impact on your long-term health. The surgeries we perform include:
- Shoulder Arthroscopy
- Rotator Cuff Repair
- Stabilization Procedures
- Biceps & Tendon Repair
- Fracture Fixation/Stabilization
- Subacromial Decompression/Distal Clavicle Excision
What Is Shoulder Arthroscopy?
Shoulder arthroscopy is a minimally-invasive surgery used to diagnose and treat various shoulder injuries, like rotator cuff tears and shoulder impingement. Your surgeon will insert a camera through a small incision to find the source of your injury. If shoulder repair is required, the surgeon can insert miniature surgical instruments to restore mobility. This procedure can remove inflamed tissue and treat other shoulder injuries like:
- Bicep tendon injuries
- Bone spurs
- Frozen shoulders
- Labrum tears
- Rotator cuff tears and tendinitis
- Shoulder instability
Risks Associated With Shoulder Surgery
Shoulder arthroscopy is very safe, but there are some risks, including:
- Blood clots
- Damage to blood vessels or nerves
- Excessive bleeding
What Should I Expect After Shoulder Surgery?
Shoulder surgery is an outpatient procedure, and you can go home the same day. Although the procedure usually takes less than an hour, your shoulder joint will take weeks to months to completely heal after surgery. You may experience pain and/or swelling for several weeks. Texas Institute of Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine will provide a rehab plan that will suit your specific shoulder surgery.
Contact Us Today to Get Started
Our Success Rate Speaks for Itself
No matter how serious your injury is, you can rely on our team to deliver appropriate guidance and results. Our commitment to quality with results-driven surgical procedures is a significant driving force behind our success. Contact us at the Texas Institute of Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine to schedule an appointment. We proudly serve the Dallas-Fort Worth area including Bedford, Hurst, Euless, Coppell, Lewisville, Trophy Club, Southlake, Grapevine, and Colleyville.