Common Shoulder Problems:

Desmond J. Stutzman, D.O.


For typical shoulder pain, if it’s tendonitis, then a lot of times it can be corrected with physical therapy and or injections. With sprains and the dislocations, obviously reduction of the dislocation and physical therapy afterwards to make sure that they maintain their range of motion. Physical therapy, if it fails and there seems to be a more drastic event to the rotator cuff, such as a tear, a lot of times surgery is the answer for those types of problems.

Athletic Trainers are an Integral Part of OrthoNeuro

Athletic Trainers are an integral part of OrthoNeuroSports, orthopedics, physical therapy, they are all intertwined. So, it only makes sense that an orthopedic practice would have a number of athletic trainers on staff. And that is exactly what OrthoNeuro has....

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