The shoulder joint is a complex joint with a ball and socket mechanism supported by an array of capsules, muscles, ligaments and tendons designed to hold it in place and facilitate its wide range of motion and function. Understandably, a variety of conditions exist which can lead to pain and disability of the shoulder. These include degenerative arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, rotator cuff tears and strains, and labrum tears. Major shoulder surgeries to repair or even replace the joint have become increasingly common. However, results from shoulder surgery can be uncertain, while also running the risks of a major surgery along with lengthy and painful recovery and rehabilitation.
Regenerative medical therapies can now be applied to many of these debilitating conditions. regenerative is a safe, effective and minimally invasive procedure which avoids the risk, recovery and rehabilitation of major surgery such as total joint replacement.