Joint replacements are very successful surgical procedures. Hip and knee replacements are most common, but shoulder replacements are common to! In a joint replacement, the damaged ends of the bones that form a joint are prepared to receive artificial parts that allow painless movement. Joint replacement is technically known as “arthroplasty” (from Greek “árthrosi” (άρθρωση) … More Reverse Shoulder Replacement: What You Need to Know
Shoulder replacement may be the best solution for bad fractures of the upper end of the humerus … More Joint Replacement May Be the Best Solution for Really Bad Shoulder Fractures
All you need to know as a patient if you are contemplating should replacement surgery … More Answers to Common Questions About Anatomic Total Shoulder Replacement: The Patient’s Perspective
Joint replacements have proven to be a huge breakthrough in orthopedics. Learn more about the two types of shoulder replacements. … More Shoulder Replacement: Anatomic and Reverse. What is the Difference?