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Shoulder & Elbow | OrthoCincy

The shoulder team at OrthoCincy treats a variety of conditions and sports-related injuries, including rotator cuff tears, tendonitis, labral tears, frozen shoulder and advanced arthroscopic procedures.

Most common shoulder injuries include:
  • Rotator cuff tendinitis - Inflammation of the rotator cuff tendons and the surrounding tissues.
  • Rotator cuff tear - Varies from partial tearing to complete tearing of the rotator cuff muscles or tendons.
  • Labral tears - Labral tissue (surrounding lip of cartilage around the socket which provides the attachment of the ligaments in the shoulder). Usually torn by dislocation, but can sometimes become injured from overuse.
  • Frozen shoulder - When the shoulder becomes painful and loses motion due to inflammation. No specific injury is required.
In addition, Dr. R. Michael Greiwe has developed a new shoulder replacement procedure, the "Rotator Cuff Sparing Method for Total Shoulder Replacement" - and you can learn more about that procedure HERE.


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SHOULDER PHYSICIANS


James T. Bilbo, MD

Timothy M. Burns, DO

Matthew T. DesJardins, MD

R. Michael Greiwe, MD

Forest T. Heis, MD

Bruce R. Holladay, MD

Matthew A. Langenderfer, MD

John J. Larkin, MD

David P. Lustenberger, MD

Adam V. Metzler, MD

Joshua M. Murphy, MD

Kevin J. Shaw, MD

SHOULDER ARTICLES


Dr. R. Michael Greiwe Authors New Shoulder Research
Common-sense Care for Shoulder Arthritis

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SHOULDER VIDEOS


Rotator Cuff Tears - R. Michael Greiwe, MD

Frozen Shoulder - R. Michael Greiwe, M.D.

Shoulder Arthritis - R. Michael Greiwe, M.D.

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