BULLSEYE!

Patients frequently present to our clinic with a lot of anxiety and worry about pain following their shoulder surgery. While there is certainly a wide range of responses to surgery, we commonly find that many of our patients complain of very little pain following their surgeries. There are almost 500,000

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A Note from Dr. Spencer on Instability

Posterior instability (instability where the shoulder dislocates or partially dislocates backwards) is not as common as anterior instability were the shoulder dislocates towards the front. Anterior instability is usually secondary to a traumatic event where is posterior instability is frequently associated with repetitive loading. Repetitive loading is common in sports-

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