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Broken Shoulder Treatment, Shoulder Fractures, Dislocation and Separation

Shoulder joint replacement is less common compared to hip or knee, but it is equally successful. Since its inception, broken Shoulder Treatment has undergone a lot of new approaches and methods. The shoulder comprises numerous bones, including the upper arm bone and shoulder blade. In addition, it includes glenohumeral joints, also called ball and socket joints, responsible for more significant movement and flexibility. 

The ball and joint provided multiple rotating and swinging movements, but it could endure trauma or injury and hinder the disability. 

What are the causes of Shoulder Fractures?

There are numerous possible causes of shoulder fractures; sometimes, it’s too severe to lead to shoulder dislocation and separation. Some of the common factors could be:

  • Failing or trauma by overstretching your arm 
  • Sports Injury
  • Arthritis 
  • Car Accident 
  • Athletic Activities

Shoulder replacement surgery or shoulder arthroplasty is performed to relieve Pain and other symptoms that are caused due to damaged shoulder or joint diseases in the shoulder. The primary goal of surgery is to restore motion and improve mobility and functioning so that a person may return back to their regimen as early as possible.

What are the causes of Shoulder Fractures, Dislocations and Separations?

  • Sports Injury
  • Car Accident 
  • Trauma or injury to the shoulder 


  • Forceful twisted 
  • Seizures or electric shocks 


Shoulder Separations could be due to numerous causes, one of them being lifting heavy objects. 

What are the Signs and Symptoms of Shoulder Fracture?

  • Acute Pain when moving the arm 
  • Swelling around the shoulder 
  • Skin abrasions 
  • Shoulder feels like moving out of the socked
  • Deformed or Dislocated shoulder

What are the Treatments for Broken or Dislocated Shoulders?

To diagnose the severity of shoulder damage, specialists perform advanced imaging tests, including x-rays, ct scans, MRI, musculoskeletal ultrasound and much more. As per the diagnosis, a Broken Shoulder Treatment is performed. 

At Apex Surgeons, we are experts in providing surgical and nonsurgical shoulder treatments. Some Broken Shoulder Treatment requires complex surgical treatments, while minor issues can be treated through non-invasive methods. With advanced tools and minimally invasive techniques, we help to fix the shoulder fracture percutaneously with tiny incisions and reduced internal hardware. 

Within 2 to three months after Broken shoulder treatment, a person may be able to heal and resume their regular activities. 

Whether it’s shoulder dislocation or fracture, we help you regain mobilisation and allow bones to recover. At Alex Surgeons, our team combines expert training and experience to focus on stabilising and repairing damaged joints while improving their functionality, strength and stability. 

Call us now – (480) 939-6006 or more information enquire us at referrals@apexsurgeryasc.com