Arthroscopic Stabilization for Dislocations

Shoulder dislocation results from an injury that causes the shoulder to slip out of joint. This condition limits the shoulder's mobility and function. When a shoulder re-dislocates, it can cause serious damage to the joint and the surrounding ligaments. Arthroscopic stabilization repairs the shoulder joint and stabilizes it. In this procedure, the surgeon reattaches the torn ligaments to the joint using suture anchors.

Following surgery, the patient will need bracing with a sling for 4-6 weeks and physical therapy to regain mobility and function in the shoulder.

Our team of specialists at Triangle Orthopaedics offer excellent care for all conditions of the shoulder joint. If you are experiencing a dislocated shoulder, call our office today to make an appointment with one of our specialists and begin steps toward treatment.

Common surgeries performed by our sports medicine team:

Sport Medical Service – Knee

Sport Medical Service – Shoulder

Sport Medical Service – Elbow

Sport Medical Service – Foot & Ankle

Sport Medical Service – Hip

Sport Medicine Treatment – Multiple Joints

    Cortisone and Platelet Rich Plasma Injections

"Being able to access your Orthopedic Urgent Care on a Saturday was a God-send. It was wonderful to avoid an ER. Thank you all so much for being open on Saturdays and after hours, Monday through Friday."

"Being able to access your Orthopedic Urgent Care on a Saturday was a God-send. It was wonderful to avoid an ER. Thank you all so much for being open on Saturdays and after hours, Monday through Friday."

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