Medically reviewed by board-certified orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Nic Gay, MD and Dr. Kerisimasi Reynolds, MD
Shoulder Trauma Injuries Treatment
Shoulder trauma injuries can range from minor to severe. Pains, strains and swelling are common symptoms. Depending on the location of the trauma injury and degree to which the shoulder is damaged, you may experience a limited range of movement. These shoulder injuries should receive prompt attention. Even a minor injury can become progressively worse due to wear and tear or loose bodies in the shoulder joint.
Dr. Nic Gay and Dr. Masi Reynolds have specialized experience in treating shoulder trauma injuries. Whether your injuries occurred during a sports activity or as the result of an accident, Silicon Valley Orthopaedics offers effective treatment options that are affordable in California.
We are committed to delivering treatment plans that promote the preservation of the shoulder joint. The progression of wear and tear can be reduced or halted through the use of conservative treatments, combined with minimally invasive surgeries. Our orthopedic care team is dedicated to ensuring treatment is a positive and beneficial experience for our patients.
Surgery for Shoulder Trauma Injuries
How we approach treatment for shoulder trauma injuries at Silicon Valley Orthopaedics is determined by the results of a clinical examination, medical history and the severity of injuries. A traumatic shoulder injury can cause fragments of bone to break away, damage to cartilage, torn ligaments and tendons.
We understand that your home and work life are important to you. That is why Dr. Nic Gay and Dr. Masi Reynolds insist on ensuring patients are fully involved in all stages of decision-making related to treatment. We will work closely with you to identify any specific needs and offer effective solutions.
If you would like to learn more about the benefits of treatment for shoulder trauma injuries at Silicon Valley Orthopaedics, book an appointment for a clinical assessment with Dr. Nic Gay or Dr. Masi Reynolds today.