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Finding a shoulder specialist

Hundreds of scientific studies have proven that patients get better results from a shoulder specialist who do a LOT of a particular surgery, like shoulders, and that’s what we do at Arizona Center for Hand to Shoulder Surgery; hundreds per year! Despite the advancements in options available to the shoulder specialist; of the more than 20,000 Orthopedic specialists in the United States, over 75% only perform 1 or 2 shoulder replacements each year, with only 3% performing more than 10 replacements per year. Advanced arthroscopic shoulder operations still represent a significant challenge for most Orthopedic surgeons, and techniques that allow almost all shoulder injuries to be repaired without an open wound are still only available in a few state-of-the-art centers, like Arizona Center for Hand to Shoulder Surgery. Expertise requires skill, judgment, and lots of experience, and we have performed thousands of shoulder surgeries. A Shoulder specialist –- an orthopedic specialist with advanced training and lots of experience in shoulder surgery – can offer options and solutions not otherwise available, including consistently better results.

Arizona Center for Hand to Shoulder Surgery serves clients in Arizona as well as other states and countries.

Vivek Agrawal, MD

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