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Difference Between Shoulder Dislocation and Shoulder Separation

You may hear the terms “dislocation” and “separation” when describing shoulder injuries. Some people may even use these as interchangeable terms for the same injury. In fact, dislocation and separation are different and distinct injuries of the shoulder joint. In trying to gain more understanding about these two injuries, it is useful to note that shoulder 
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Finding Relief for Advanced Shoulder Arthritis

Arthritis of the shoulder is a degenerative joint condition in which cartilage damage results in reduced cushioning and painful bone-on-bone movement within the shoulder girdle. Though many patients find relief for mild shoulder arthritis with rest, medications, and physical therapy, sometimes their symptoms can become progressively worse over time. At the Shoulder Surgery Center of 
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