1. What To Expect From An Arthroscopy Recovery

    If you’re considering an arthroscopic procedure, then you might be wondering what you can expect from your recovery. Recovery times after an arthroscopy vary depending on the procedure type and location as well as the patient’s overall health; we’re going to focus on some general things that y…Read More

  2. Five Foods To Ban From Your Diet If You Have Arthritis

    Arthritis is the word we use to refer to diseases related to inflammation and joint pain. Although we lack much knowledge regarding arthritis, including what causes it, treatments have been developed over the years, including shoulder replacement surgery. Medical research and patient experience have…Read More

  3. Signs You May Need A Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement In Ohio

    Shoulder injuries or arthritis can be troublesome, but how do you know the severity of your injury? There are a standard list of symptoms that are clear indicators that the problem is severe enough to require surgery. If you find that you’re experiencing these symptoms or life changing factors, pl…Read More

  4. Comparing Arthroscopic TSR To Conventional TSR

    Shoulder injuries or arthritis can inhibit many activities. A person that was once able to push, pull, and throw may no longer be able to perform these movements due to a slight or severe shoulder injury or increasing arthritis. There are a few different ways to treat a shoulder injury, and shoulder…Read More

  5. A Few Reasons For You To Consider Shoulder Replacement Alternatives

    Shoulder pain is common at many stages of life. Young athletes can suffer a shoulder injury during a sports match or playing too rough during recess. Other young people may be suffering from juvenile arthritis in the shoulder. Many older people have shoulder pain due to injuries from accidents. In a…Read More

  6. How Are Muscles Affected In A Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement?

      The shoulder’s rotator cuff is comprised of four main muscles - subscapularis, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, and teres minor. These muscles work together with the humerus, scapula, clavicle, humeral head, and glenoid fossa to give you range of motion. Another shoulder muscle, the deltoid, w…Read More

  7. Meet The Scientific Giants of Arthroscopy

    Without these fine gentlemen’s hardwork and dedication to pioneering and continually developing arthroscopy, we wouldn’t be able to perform arthroscopic shoulder surgery for you here in Columbus. Our work today relies on the work of the past. These scientific giants’ discoveries and innovation…Read More

  8. Shoulder Replacement Alternatives

    Shoulder injuries do not limit themselves to a specific age group or type of activity. Since shoulder injuries can happen to anyone, we make it our mission to provide treatment through different mediums to make sure everyone has the best options. Conventional shoulder replacement surgery (or total s…Read More