Have you been told you need a shoulder replacement? Make sure you do your homework because there are different options depending on the circumstances. Make sure you chose the right surgeon and the right option for you.
If you have been reading our previous blogs, then you already know that the recovery from your biologic total shoulder replacement and resurfacing will be shorter and easier than a traditional shoulder replacement. However, there will still be some recovery time that you will have to live through. We would love to make your recovery as painless as possible, which is why we have come up with these tips on how to prepare for recovery from your surgery:
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