Consult Johns Hopkins specialists BEFORE your shoulder replacement surgery
Making the Right Decisions About Shoulder Replacement Surgery
As arthritis in a chronically painful shoulder gets worse, one option is shoulder replacement surgery.
In this new report, you'll get the equivalent of an in-depth consultation with a leading specialist at Johns Hopkins BEFORE your shoulder replacement - so you can make an informed decision as to whether surgery is right for you - and, if it is, to know exactly what to expect.
Written by Edward G. McFarland, M.D.
Are you tired of living with severe shoulder pain and stiffness day after day?
Have you tried ice ... heat ... medication ... exercise ... physical therapy - only to find that the relief is temporary and the pain just keeps coming back?
What's next? For thousands of patients, the only remaining option is shoulder replacement surgery, also known as shoulder arthroplasty.
While the prospect of surgery may be daunting, the GOOD NEWS is that shoulder replacement works! Ninety-five percent of patients report significant reduction of pain and most enjoy increased range-of-motion and shoulder function.
If you're considering shoulder replacement surgery, it's critical to learn everything you can BEFORE your surgery - so you can make the best-informed decisions possible about your future treatment.
That's why a top orthopedic surgeon at Johns Hopkins has written Making The Right Decisions About Shoulder Replacement Surgery. This authoritative special report contains vital information you won't find in any other single source.
This is information so crucial to your decision-making process that Making The Right Decisions About Shoulder Replacement Surgery is available instantly as a digital PDF download. Simply click the order button below, and in a few moments you can begin reading!
What Should You Do When Your Shoulder Pain Becomes Too Much?
Perhaps you've had worsening shoulder pain for some time and are wondering if you should consider surgery - but you've been putting off making the decision. After all, no one looks forward to surgery, and many people are confused about when it's the right time or what to expect afterwards.
Or perhaps your doctor has recommended total shoulder replacement surgery for you - and you want to know more about the procedure and the recovery process before you go ahead with it.
Making The Right Decisions About Shoulder Replacement Surgery is designed to provide detailed answers to the many questions that may be on your mind as you weigh the pros and cons of surgery.
Making The Right Decisions About Shoulder Replacement Surgery addresses these and other questions. And that's just the start. In page after page of this comprehensive report, we hone in on your most serious concerns as you prepare for shoulder surgery.
Once you've had surgery, what then? In this important chapter, Dr. McFarland and Jennifer Kline Donovan. P.T., a physical therapist who consults with Johns Hopkins physicians, share questions and answers about shoulder rehabilitation, including:
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