Plano Orthopedic Shoulder Surgery

Doctors Who Treat Shoulder

To schedule an appointment with our shoulder specialists listed below please contact our scheduling department at 972-250-5700 or request an appointment online.

Dr. Randal L. Troop

Shoulder, Knee & Sports Medicine
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Dr. Michael S. Howard

Shoulder, Elbow, Hand & Wrist
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Dr. Allan N. Sutker

Shoulder, Knee & Sports Medicine
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Dr. John E. McGarry

General Orthopedics, Shoulder, Knee & Sports Medicine
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Dr. Earl R. Lund

Shoulder, Elbow, Hand & Wrist
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Anatomy of the Shoulder

To better understand Shoulder Surgery, it is important to understand the anatomy of the shoulder and how the shoulder works. The shoulder is made up of three bones, the clavicle (collar bone), the scapula (shoulder blade), and the humerus (arm bone), which are all held together by muscles, tendons, ligaments, and a joint capsule. The muscles and joints of the shoulder make it the most mobile joint in the human body.

Plano Orthopedic wants our patients to have a complete education of how the shoulder works before learning why a shoulder surgery might be right for you. Our Plano Orthopedic doctors, Dr. Sutker, Dr. Barber, Dr. Lund, Dr. Troop and Dr. McGarry all specialize in shoulder surgery and shoulder injuries.

After your doctor’s visit and diagnosis we hope you can find the education or video of the shoulder surgery procedure that was recommended to you both helpful and informative as to what to expect and know about the shoulder surgery you are going to receive. Not all patients require shoulder surgery therefore we have also included a number of shoulder treatment options that may be suggested to you as part of your rehabilitation and recovery. You will find all the shoulder surgery procedures and treatment options on the links to the right of this page.

If you are experiencing shoulder pain, shoulder dislocation, weakness of the shoulder, stiffness of the shoulder, SLAP tear, shoulder subluxation, shoulder pointer, Rotater cuff tear, popping and clicking of the shoulder, night time shoulder pain, loose body shoulder, instability of the shoulder, frozen shoulder, dead arm syndrome, calcific tendinitis, arthritis of the shoulder we can help.

 

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