Chief Complaint/Injury Susan came in to our office after an acute left shoulder dislocation, which resulted in recurrent shoulder instability. Even the slightest movement caused her shoulder to painfully sublux or dislocate. She felt as if her shoulder was constantly slipping out of its socket. At 70 years old, this can be a challenging problem
Chief Complaint/Injury 75 year-old female presents with right shoulder pain 10 years after successful arthroscopic rotator cuff repair of her opposite left non-dominant shoulder. She is a painter and has significant shoulder pain and functional limitations that are preventing her from engaging in activities of daily living, obtaining restful sleep at night, and pursuing her
Case study of adult recurrent shoulder instability treated successfully with an arthroscopic stabilization. Surgical indications, techniques, imaging, rehabilitation and results are discussed with patient-specific feedback.
Discoid lateral meniscus is a cause of knee pain, swelling, and mechanical symptoms. Surgical treatment can be of significant benefit in helping athletes to return to normal activities. This case study exemplifies the successful treatment of Discoid Lateral Meniscus and how it can help athletes return to optimal function.
Chief Complaint/Injury - International Patient Care Complex Proximal Humerus Fracture Sustained in ski accident in Italy. The injury required surgical treatment for a displaced proximal humerus fracture (shoulder) and a titanium rod and screws are placed in the humeral canal. The patient then returns home via medical jet and is transferred directly to Sibley Memorial
NCAA DI Collegiate Wrestler competes in Wrestling Championships after Knee Arthroscopy
Chief Complaint/Chronic ACL Injury 52 year-old female former collegiate soccer player presents with functional knee instability over 25 years after an ACL tear sustained while playing soccer in need of ACL Reconstruction. This delayed ACL reconstruction for treatment of a chronic injury with chronic instability over 25 years is somewhat unique in comparison to typical,