Shoulder

Of all the parts of the body, the shoulder is one of the regions most likely to be injured in sports and recreation. From a hard hit in rugby to an off pitch in baseball or a bad swing in golf, athletes can easily over extend the capabilities of the shoulder, causing stress, strain and injury.

Fortunately, the sports medicine professionals at the Florida Hospital Celebration Health Sports Medicine Program are well versed in all types of sports injuries, from minor strains and sprains to injuries that require complex surgeries and rigorous, exacting rehabilitation. Our goal throughout is to treat the injury thoroughly and return you to your usual level of activity as soon as possible.

Following are some of the more common shoulder injuries treated at the FHCH Sports Medicine Program:

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Anatomy of the Shoulder

The shoulder is made up of a combination of bones, ligaments, tendons and other structures that provide an amazing range of movement and capabilities in a relatively small package. If you are unfamiliar with the anatomy of the shoulder, you may want to use this section as a guide for the injuries above. Anatomy of the Shoulder