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Reverse Shoulder Replacement

Reverse Shoulder Replacement Overview Shoulder arthritis occurs when the cartilage of the ball and socket joint begins to wear away. Symptoms of shoulder arthritis include persistent pain, inflammation and swelling. Patients suffering from advanced [...]

Arthroscopic Superior Capsular Reconstruction (ASCR) Procedure

An Overview of Arthroscopic Superior Capsular Reconstruction Patients with “irreparable” rotator cuff tears or chronic tearing after the reconstruction of massive rotator cuff injuries may be candidates for Arthroscopic Superior Capsular Reconstruction (ASCR), a [...]

Latarjet Procedure

An Overview of the Latarjet Procedure The Latarjet procedure is becoming a preferred method of treatment for anterior shoulder instability. This treatment can be performed by Dr. Peter Millett as an open procedure or [...]

Biceps Tenodesis

Biceps Tenodesis Overview For athletes who participate in overhead sports that involve repetitive activities and motion such as swimming, tennis, and basketball, biceps tendonitis or instability can be a common source of shoulder pain. [...]

Sternoclavicular Surgery

Sternoclavicular Surgery Overview Injuries to the sternoclavicular joint are often caused by direct trauma to the collarbone area. The sternoclavicular joint, also known as the SC joint, is the bony joint that links the [...]

PRP and ACP Treatment

PRP Treatment and ACP Treatment Overview Special techniques use the body’s own (autologous) tissues to accelerate healing. The most common method is to concentrate plasma from the blood which can then be injected around the [...]

Nerve Releases

An Overview of Nerve Releases for Axillary Nerve Damage Certain degrees of osteoarthritis of the shoulder can cause bony deformations called osteofytes. There is growing evidence, supported by Dr. Peter Millett’s own surgical experience [...]

CAM Procedure

Shoulder Joint Preservation and Cartilage Restoration Procedures The U.S. Center for Disease Control estimates that in the next 25 years at least 71 million Americans will have some form of arthritis, a [...]