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Shoulder Pain

Dr. Terry Madsen Specializes In Minimally Invasive Surgeries For Sports Injuries Including Many Traumas That Cause Shoulder Pain.

Common Shoulder Pain Causes:


The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles and tendons that stabilize the shoulder joint and allows for the lifting and rotation of the arms. It is a very common sports injury, especially in sports like football, baseball and tennis.
> Learn more about rotator cuff injuries, diagnosis, and treatment.


A Superior Labral Anterior Posterior lesion, or a SLAP tear, is an injury to the cartilage surrounding the socket of the shoulder joint. We see this type of sports injury in athletes who participate in repetitive overhead throwing movements, such as baseball pitchers. The amount of stress from this action can strain the shoulder joint and lead to trauma.
> Learn more about SLAP tear injuries, diagnosis, and treatment.


Another injury we see often from repetitive shoulder strain, especially in athletes of overhead sports like baseball, tennis or volleyball is shoulder impingement syndrome. This occurs when there is excessive friction in the shoulder joint tissues.
> Learn more about shoulder impingement syndrome, diagnosis, and treatment.

There are many types of arthritis that can affect the shoulder. When the shoulder becomes inflamed, it can become painful, stiff, and sometimes lead to more joint degeneration.
> Learn more about shoulder arthritis, diagnosis, and treatment.

Our Other Specialties

Arm Pain

Arm pain is a sports related injury we see frequently. Learn more about some common arm conditions we treat.

Arm Treatments

Knee Pain

On a daily basis our knees take a beating. Learn more about some common knee conditions we treat.

Knee Treatments

Hip Pain

When hip pain is too much to handle, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Terry Madsen can help. Learn more about some common hip conditions we treat.

Hip Treatments

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