Older Americans can easily strain a shoulder. Here's how to recognize the difference between a rotator cuff injury that can result and a more common culprit: tendonitis.
It’s tempting to head straight to the doctor with pain, but tendonitis and bursitis can often be treated successfully with rest, ice and anti-inflammatories. Advanced treatments are also available if home remedies fail.
People in movies may dislocate a shoulder and easily “pop” it back in place, but in real life, you need immediate medical attention for a shoulder dislocation. Here's how to tell if your shoulder is dislocated and what to do.
Correct placement of artificial joint implants is one of the biggest challenges in joint replacement surgery. “SmartBones” technology helps surgeons pinpoint exactly where the new joint needs to go.
Orthopaedic sugeons are using dramatic advancements in imaging to customize joint repair and monitor patients after the operation.
Don't let your arthritis and aching back keep you from off the fairway.