Is a rotator cuff injury slowing you down?
Shoulder pain is common, life-limiting — and treatable.
Rotator cuff injuries can result from repeated use — such as working overhead or repetitive motion — as well as from athletics or simple aging. The shoulder pain can lead to a loss of motion and dampen one’s quality of life, making it difficult to work, play or even just pick up a grandchild. Problems like bursitis, tendinitis, tears and other injuries occur often, but can be resolved through effective, clinically-based care.
Quit putting it off and start picking it up.
Join Kevin Charron, MD, a board-certified and sports fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon and shoulder specialist with Carrollton Orthopaedic Clinic and the Tanner Ortho and Spine Center, to learn more about the effective, clinically based approaches to diagnosing and treating rotator cuff injuries, including both surgical and nonsurgical options.
Dinner will be provided. Seating is limited. Complimentary valet parking will be available.