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"We'll Be Your Shoulder To Lean On!"


Our orthopedic urgent care centers are specialized medical facilities that provide immediate care for orthopedic injuries, including broken bones (fractures) and other musculoskeletal conditions. Our centers offer prompt assessment, diagnostic services, treatment, and referrals if needed.

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List of Shoulder Injuries We Treat

  • Clavicle fractures
  • Humerus fractures
  • Greater tuberosity fractures
  • Dislocated shoulders
  • Impingement syndrome
  • AC joint sprains / dislocations
  • Rotator Cuff Sprains, Tears and Arthropathy
  • Labrum tears
  • Little Leaguers’ shoulder
  • Contusions, sprains and strains



Symptoms of shoulder injuries are wide and varied. Symptoms include:

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Instability
  • Stiffness
  • Muscular Weakness
  • Limited Range of Motion
  • Numbness or Tingling
  • Audible Popping or Clicking
  • Difficulty Weight Bearing
  • Weak Grip
  • Deformity
  • Radiating Pain: Pain from the shoulder may radiate down the arm, neck, or upper back, depending on the source of the injury.


In the initial stages of an acute shoulder injury, applying ice (cold therapy) is generally recommended to reduce swelling and alleviate pain. Heat therapy is more appropriate for chronic conditions.


Exercises that strengthen the muscles around the shoulder, such as rotator cuff exercises and posture-improving exercises, can help reduce the risk of shoulder injuries. Consult with a healthcare provider or physical therapist for personalized recommendations.


Recovery time varies depending on the type and severity of the injury, as well as the individual’s response to treatment. Some shoulder injuries may heal in a few weeks, while others may take several months.


Common causes of shoulder injuries include falls, sports-related activities, repetitive overuse, lifting heavy objects, and accidents.


Minor shoulder injuries may involve localized pain and discomfort, while severe injuries can result in significant pain, inability to move the shoulder, or deformity. Consult a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis.


Treatment depends on the type and severity of the injury but may include rest, ice, physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medications, bracing, and, in some cases, surgery for more severe injuries.


No, many shoulder injuries can be successfully managed with conservative treatments like rest, physical therapy, and medications. Surgery is typically reserved for more severe or complex cases.


Physical therapy is often a crucial part of the rehabilitation process for shoulder injuries. It helps improve strength, range of motion, and functionality.

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