What is a Subscapularis-Sparing Shoulder Replacement?

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What is a Subscapularis-Sparing Shoulder Replacement?

Subscapularis-sparing shoulder replacement is a new technique in shoulder surgery – one that very few surgeons, such as Dr. Goldberg, are currently performing in the United States. The subscapularis-sparing technique is an innovative approach to shoulder replacement that has the potential for improving surgical outcomes with less recovery time and quicker return to full activity.

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What is Cubital Tunnel Syndrome and Why are My Fingers Numb?

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What is Cubital Tunnel Syndrome and Why are My Fingers Numb?

Pain has a protective purpose. What is Cubital Tunnel Syndrome? When you get numbness or tingling in your ring and small finger for no apparent reason, that is usually caused by a condition called cubital tunnel syndrome. One of the major nerves of the arm, called the ulnar nerve, is responsible for powering several of

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After Arthroscopy: How Do I Sleep Safely?

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After Arthroscopy: How Do I Sleep Safely?

Shoulder problems are among the most frustrating experiences because they cause pain and can severely limit motion. Everyday activities heavily depend on joint motion. Having a limitation caused by injuries, inflammations, or wear and tear negatively impacts the ability to perform the simplest tasks. Arthroscopy is a type of surgery that examines and repairs tissues

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What You Need To Know About Tennis Elbow

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What You Need To Know About Tennis Elbow

You don’t need to be an athlete to have tennis elbow. Despite its name, only a small portion of patients with the condition are tennis players. And regardless of whether you’re an athlete or sports aren’t your thing, there are treatment options available at our office in Naples, Florida. Knowing more about this condition can

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Shoulder Pain: When Should I See a Doctor?

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Shoulder Pain: When Should I See a Doctor?

Most people will have shoulder pain at some point in their lifetime. Sometimes, shoulder pain is caused by sore muscles due to overuse. Usually, ice, rest, and over-the-counter pain medications can resolve this type of pain. However, if you’re experiencing shoulder pain that doesn’t get better with time, you should schedule an appointment to see

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