Shoulder

Overview

Your shoulder is a versatile and valuable joint. When it is injured, the pain can significantly reduce its flexibility and motion, limiting your ability to perform certain functions. Problems can include tendonitis, bursitis, osteoarthritis, and cartilage and muscle tears from overuse.

Our shoulder physicians specialize in evaluating and diagnosing injuries and disorders, and providing a treatment plan. They always consider nonsurgical, conservative methods first to effectively relieve your pain. However, if surgery is necessary to allow you to resume an active lifestyle, our specialists perform advanced techniques that are less invasive and can lead to quicker recovery times.

Webster Shoulder Specialists

Rebecca A. Demorest, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Pediatric & Young Adult Sports Medicine

Joseph R. Donnelly, M.D.

Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement, Fracture Care

Hany Elrashidy, M.D.

Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement, Fracture Care

Andrew Hou, M.D.

Interventional Spine
Interventional Pain Medicine

Kendrick E. Lee, M.D.

Surgery & Microsurgery of the Hand

Thomas W. Peatman, M.D.

Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement, Fracture Care

Kevin M. Roth, M.D.

Sports Medicine, Joint Replacement, Fracture Care

Aaron K. Salyapongse, M.D.

Joint Replacement, General Orthopedics.

J. Theodore Schwartz, Jr., M.D.

Surgery of the Hand & Upper Extremity

Peter B. Slabaugh, M.D.

Spine Surgery, Trauma Surgery

Eric S. Stuffmann, M.D.

Hand, Shoulder & Elbow, Fracture Care

Ross H. Talarico, D.P.M.

Foot & Ankle Surgery, Foot & Ankle Trauma, Sports Medicine

Michael D. Tseng, M.D.

Spine Surgery, Microsurgery of the Spine, Fracture Care

Stephen R. Viess, M.D.

Sports Medicine, Fracture Care, General Orthopedics

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  • American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • American Association for Hand Surgery
  • American Academy Of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • The American Board of Pediatrics