From pediatric sports medicine to shoulder replacements, we will take care of you.
Our team includes nationally recognized physician providers, physician assistants, physical therapists, assistants, and certified athletic trainers who provide care for all musculoskeletal injuries sustained by athletes of all levels, and by those who just want to return to an active lifestyle. We treat all musculoskeletal injuries and conditions to the shoulder, hip, and knee.
These services are available at the following locations:
Ann Arbor Domino’s Farms
Ann Arbor Ice Cube
Brighton Center for Specialty Care
Northville Health Center
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What is a shoulder separation?
A shoulder separation is the partial or complete separation of two parts of the shoulder: the collarbone (clavicle) and the end of the shoulder blade (acromion).
Clavicle Fracture (Broken Collarbone)
What is the collarbone?
The collarbone (clavicle) is one of the main bones of the shoulder joint. It holds the shoulder up, along with the shoulder blade (scapula).
What is a SLAP tear?
SLAP stands for “Superior Labrum, Anterior to Posterior.” A SLAP tear is a specific kind of injury to the shoulder.
What are rotator cuff disorders?
The rotator cuff is a group of tough, flexible fibers (tendons) and muscles in the shoulder. Rotator cuff disorders occur when tissues in the shoulder get irritated or damaged.
Problems and Injuries
Minor shoulder problems, such as sore muscles and aches and pains, are common. Shoulder problems develop from everyday wear and tear, overuse, or injury.
Shoulder Replacement Surgery
Joint replacement involves surgery to replace the ends of bones in a damaged joint. This surgery creates new joint surfaces.
Reverse Shoulder Replacement
Reverse shoulder replacement is an alternative surgery for patients who have torn their rotator cuffs and have developed severe arthritis or who have had a previous total shoulder replacement that has failed to relieve their pain.