Shoulder and Elbow Specialists
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When Bad Things Happen to Good Shoulders
Thursday, October 20 | 6 to 7 p.m.
Is that pain in your shoulder limiting your activity level? Join us for a comprehensive look at all the causes of shoulder pain like arthritis, rotator cuff tears, bursitis, tendinitis, impingements, instability and more. Get answers to your questions, from easy therapies to more advanced solutions. Register now. Questions? Call 314-542-4848.
Who Knows Elbows?
Wednesday, November 16 | 6 to 7 p.m.
We do. An orthopedic physician reviews conditions which may be causing common elbow symptoms including pain, swelling, inflammation, restricted movement, tingling, numbness and more. This program is open to people of all ages and activity levels. Register now. Questions? Call 314-542-4848.
If you have been putting off treatment for a lingering or life-limiting shoulder or elbow injury, the highly-trained physicians at St. Luke's Orthopedic and Total Joint Center in St. Louis can help.
Because the shoulder is the most mobile joint in the human body and the elbow is crucial to performing everyday activities, they are also some of the most commonly injured parts of the body. Our shoulder and elbow experts are well-versed in all options for a variety of shoulder and elbow conditions and make every effort to utilize non-surgical options before surgery including rest, physical or occupational therapy, medication or other conservative measures. However, surgical intervention may be needed.
Shoulder and elbow conditions we specialize in:
Our team of shoulder and elbow experts also consists of rehabilitative therapists who work individually with you on a program that puts your life back on track.
Signs you may need shoulder or elbow treatment include:
To learn more:
Rotator Cuff Muscles
Shoulder Separation Series
Inflamed Shoulder Tendons
Using Your Shoulder after Surgery
To connect with one of our shoulder or elbow doctors in St. Louis, call our Physician Referral Service at 314-205-6060 or find an orthopedic doctor now.