Shoulder Stabilization Offered by Top Orthopedic Doctors in Baltimore

Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand Center - Baltimore

Dr. Vipul Nanavati at The Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand Center at Mercy in Baltimore specializes in advanced treatment options for shoulder conditions such as shoulder dislocations. Patients turn to Dr. Nanavati’s expertise in performing shoulder stabilization to help them regain motion in their shoulder.

What is Shoulder Stabilization?

Patients who experience dislocations of their shoulders may need to have surgery to stabilize the shoulder to prevent other dislocations. During the shoulder stabilization surgery, ligaments are reattached or repaired to return as much stability and flexibility to the shoulder as possible.

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How is Shoulder Stabilization performed?

Shoulder stabilization can be performed through:

  • Traditional open surgery
  • Arthroscopic surgery
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Who should receive Shoulder Stabilization Surgery?

Shoulder stabilization surgery may be the best treatment option for patients who experience recurrent shoulder dislocations.

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Why have Shoulder Stabilization at Mercy?

Mercy’s orthopedic surgeons are specialists in performing minimally invasive surgery for shoulder stabilization. Our surgeons work individually with each patient to determine the best surgical treatment option to return the shoulder to the best possible function.

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