Adult Shoulder

Adult Shoulder: Patient Guides * News & FAQs * Discussions * Fractures * Video

Patient Guides: Patient Guides provide you with information about your condition or injury. On this page, you will find a list of all the Patient Guides that are available for this area of the body. The information is available as web pages to read online or as PDF booklets to download and print.

News & FAQs: Our editors review the peer reviewed medical literature each week, looking for new information that may be of interest to you. Here you will find the latest information on orthopaedic conditions and treatment presented as both short news articles and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

Discussions: Sometimes the best source of information is other patients. Visit the discussion forums to both learn what other patients know and share your experiences about your orthopaedic condition and the treatments that you have found helpful.

Fractures:This section provides comprehensive information that helps you understand everything that you need to know about the fractures that affect this area of the body. Learn more about how your doctor will evaluate and treat your fracture.

Video: eOrthopodTV is your source for multimedia content on a wide range of orthopaedic topics. We interviews real practicing physicians and surgeons and ask them the key questions about your orthopaedic condition and the treatments that you may find beneficial. Think of eOrthopodTV as your access to a second opinion.


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