Shoulder Surgeries

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Arthoscopic Subacromial Decompression - $8,850

Shoulder Decompression is a surgical procedure used to alleviate pain in the shoulder caused by impingement syndrome in the rotator cuff. This procedure involves the surgeon making one or more small incisions around the shoulder and inserting a small surgical camera (about the width of a pencil) into the incision. This camera allows the surgeon to see the shoulder in high definition and navigate around all of the structures of the shoulder. Once the shoulder has been examined, the surgeon may decide to trim or remove damaged pieces of tissue, ligament or bone. This is done through the insertion of microsurgical tools into one of the pre-made incisions. The incision is then closed with either a stitch or sterile adhesive strips.

Subacromial Decompression is performed as an outpatient procedure using a Minimally Invasive Approach at Regency Healthcare’s state of the art surgical facility.

Patients will not need to stay overnight and will be able to leave the surgical practice the same day.

Arthroscopic Shoulder Debridement - $8,750

Arthroscopic Shoulder Debridement is a surgical procedure used to alleviate pain in the shoulder caused by arthritic conditions, ligament damage and tissue damage near the rotator cuff. This procedure involves the surgeon making one or more small incisions around the shoulder and inserting a small surgical camera (about the width of a pencil) into the incision. This camera allows the surgeon to see the shoulder in high definition and navigate around all of the structures of the shoulder. Once the shoulder has been examined, the surgeon may decide to trim or remove damaged pieces of tissue, ligament or bone. This is done through the insertion of microsurgical tools into one of the pre-made incisions. The incision is then closed with either a stitch or sterile adhesive strips.

Shoulder Debridement is performed as an outpatient procedure using a Minimally Invasive Approach at Regency Healthcare’s state of the art surgical facility.

Patients will not need to stay overnight and will be able to leave the surgical practice the same day.

Arthoscopic Distal Clavicle Excision - $7,200

Distal Clavicle Excision is a surgical procedure used to alleviate pain in the shoulder caused by AC (acromioclavicular) joint pain. This procedure involves the surgeon making one or more small incisions around the shoulder and inserting a small surgical camera (about the width of a pencil) into the incision.

This camera allows the surgeon to see the shoulder in high definition and navigate around all of the structures of the shoulder. Once the shoulder has been examined, the surgeon may decide to trim or remove damaged pieces of tissue, ligament or bone. This is done through the insertion of microsurgical tools into one of the pre-made incisions. The incision is then closed with either a stitch or sterile adhesive strips.

Distal Clavicle Excision is performed as an outpatient procedure using a Minimally Invasive Approach at Regency Healthcare’s state of the art surgical facility.

Patients will not need to stay overnight and will be able to leave the surgical practice the same day.

Arthroscopic Shoulder Stabilization - $8,900

Arthroscopic Shoulder Stabilization (also known as Bankhart Stabilization) is a surgical procedure used to alleviate pain caused by a torn labrum in the shoulder. This procedure involves the surgeon making one or more small incisions on the behind the shoulder and inserting a small surgical camera (about the width of a pencil) into the incision. This camera allows the surgeon to see the labrum in high definition and navigate around all of the structures of the shoulder. Once the shoulder has been examined the surgeon may use bone anchors or semi-permanent stitches to sew the torn cartilage, capsule, and ligaments back down to the socket of the shoulder. Once these portions have been securely reconnected the incisions are closed with a small stitch or sterile strips.

Arthroscopic Shoulder Stabilization is performed as an outpatient procedure using a Minimally Invasive Approach at Regency Healthcare’s state of the art surgical facility.

Patients will not need to stay overnight and will be able to leave the surgical practice the same day.

Arthoscopic Rotator Cuff Repair - $9,500

Rotator Cuff Repair is a surgical procedure used to alleviate pain caused by a torn rotator cuff in the shoulder. This procedure involves the surgeon making one or more small incisions on the behind the shoulder and inserting a small surgical camera (about the width of a pencil) into the incision. This camera allows the surgeon to see the rotator cuff in high definition and navigate around all of the structures of the shoulder. Once the shoulder has been examined the surgeon may use bone anchors or semi-permanent stitches to sew the torn cartilage, capsule, and ligaments back down to the socket of the shoulder. Once these portions have been securely reconnected the incisions are closed with a small stitch or sterile strips.

Rotator Cuff Repair is performed as an outpatient procedure using a Minimally Invasive Approach at Regency Healthcare’s state of the art surgical facility.

Patients will not need to stay overnight and will be able to leave the surgical practice the same day.

Arthroscopic Bicep Tendonitis Repair - $9,500

Arthroscopic Bicep Tendonitis Repair is a procedure used to alleviate pain in the bicep and shoulder as a result of a tear in the bicep tendon.

This procedure involves the surgeon making one or more small incisions in the area of the bicep tendon and inserting a small surgical camera (about the width of a pencil) into the incision. This camera allows the surgeon to see the bicep tendon in high definition and navigate around all of the structures of the shoulder. Once the bicep tendon has been viewed and evaluated the surgeon will use specialized sutures to reattach the ruptured portions of the tendon. Sutures are placed above and below the area of rupture to ensure that a strong connection is formed. The newly reconstructed tendon is then reattached to the humerus bone in its original position. The incision is then closed with either a stitch or sterile adhesive strips.

Arthroscopic Bicep Tendonitis Repair is performed as an outpatient procedure using a Minimally Invasive Approach at Regency Healthcare’s state of the art surgical facility.

Patients will not need to stay overnight and will be able to leave the surgical practice the same day.

Third Degree Acromioclavicular Dislocation Repair - $12,500

Third Degree Acromioclavicular Dislocation Repair is a surgical procedure performed to alleviate pain in the shoulder caused by damage to the Chromeo Clavicular joint of the shoulder. In a third degree injury, the acromioclavicular joint (AC) capsule and coracoclavicular ligaments are completely torn and detached from the bone. This procedure involves the surgeon making one or more small incisions around the shoulder and inserting a small surgical camera (about the width of a pencil) into the incision. This camera allows the surgeon to see the shoulder in high definition and navigate around all of the structures of the shoulder. Once the shoulder has been examined, the surgeon may decide to trim or remove damaged pieces the ligament. This is done through the insertion of microsurgical tools into one of the pre-made incisions. The ligament is then reconstructed using specialized sutures. The newly constructed ligament is then reattached to the appropriate bone in the shoulder. The incision is then closed with either a stitch or sterile adhesive strips.

Third Degree Acromioclavicular Dislocation Repair is performed as an outpatient procedure using a Minimally Invasive Approach at Regency Healthcare’s state of the art surgical facility.

Patients will not need to stay overnight and will be able to leave the surgical practice the same day.

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