Am I a Candidate for Shoulder Replacement?
May 24, 2022
Most people will suffer from shoulder pain at some point in their life. For most, it will be short-lived. However, for some individuals, the pain will be chronic and last for months, sometimes years. Chronic shoulder pain can have a substantial impact on one’s quality of life. It can affect one's mood, sleep and ability to perform everyday tasks or limit your ability to work. If all surgical and non-surgical treatment options have been exhausted, it may be time for a shoulder replacement. Join Robert Gillespie, MD, Orthopedic Shoulder Surgeon and Chief of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, for this free webinar to learn more about shoulder pain in adults, causes, non-surgical and surgical treatments, and if you’re a candidate for anatomic or reverse shoulder replacement.