The shoulder joint is what doctors call a “ball-and-socket” type of joint. It is made-up of three bones: the collarbone (clavicle), the shoulder blade (scapula), and the upper arm bone (humerus). All of these bones work together to allow your shoulder to be the most movable joint in the body. That is why shoulder injuries can have such a major impact on people’s lives.
Regenerative Medicine Therapy for shoulder injuries has been proven to be more effective than most surgeries. In fact, a recent study indicated that nearly 60 percent of patients who receive surgery for rotator cuff injuries do not fully recover. However, the same report indicated that approximately 72 percent of patients who received Regenerative Medicine Therapy for their rotator cuff injury made significant improvements to functionality and range of motion, ultimately, making a nearly full recovery from their shoulder injury.