Torn Rotator Cuff Surgery


iStock_000031204598XSmallRotator cuff tears are common, but not all require surgery.  If you are experiencing pain and limited range of motion in your shoulder, you should consult your doctor to determine the cause and if surgery is the best option for you. Rotator cuff surgery can help restore pain-free motion in a shoulder joint.

There are different types of rotator cuff surgery including complete tear or full thickness tear repair to partial tear repair or debridement as well as different procedure that may be performed depending of the circumstances of your injury.

Symptoms in a shoulder labral tear include:

  1. Pain, usually with overhead activities
  2. Catching, locking, popping, or grinding
  3. Occasional night pain or pain with daily activities
  4. A sense of instability in the shoulder
  5. Decreased range of motion
  6. Loss of strength

Dr. Carney has performed numerous surgeries in his career and has experience in all areas of rotator cuff surgery and procedures and can help you find the best course of action.

Contact us today for a consult.