Guide to Total Shoulder Replacement
Learn more about prevention, causes and treatment options.
Each year, approximately 50,000 people in the United States undergo shoulder replacement surgery. Total shoulder replacement is also referred to as shoulder arthroplasty: This procedure involves using artificial devices to replace damaged bones and arthritic joint surfaces.
If you experience chronic shoulder pain, then this guide is for you. As always, Dr. O’Grady is happy to answer any questions you have about shoulder injuries. Keep reading to learn more about shoulder injuries including the candidates, common treatment methods, and surgical benefits.
Dr. Chris O'Grady is an Orthopaedic Surgeon that specializes in shoulder and knee injuries. O’Grady Orthopaedics offers the same level of care for athletes of all ages and skill levels – from professionals to weekend warriors to high school athletes.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to be a professional athlete to see Dr. O'Grady?
Absoultely not. O’Grady Orthopaedics offers the same level of care for athletes and non-athletes of all ages and skill levels – from professionals to weekend warriors to high school athletes.
Where are you located?
O'Grady Orthopaedics is located in the Andrews Institue in Gulf Breeze, Florida.