The shoulder joint is a remarkable and highly flexible joint found in the human body. It is formed by the connection between the upper arm bone, known as the humerus, and the shoulder blade, called the glenoid of the scapula. This connection creates a ball and socket joint that enables a wide range of motion. However, the shoulder’s functionality is not solely reliant on these two bones.

Several other vital structures contribute to shoulder motion and function. These include the acromioclavicular and scapulothoracic joints within the shoulder, as well as cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and muscles. When these components work together harmoniously, they allow individuals to engage in athletic activities, perform work-related movements, and enjoy everyday tasks with ease.

OrthoMiami physicians possess extensive expertise in shoulder disorders. With a profound understanding of shoulder anatomy, our doctors are dedicated to assisting patients in their journey towards an active and healthy lifestyle following a shoulder injury.

Shoulder Rotator Cuff Tear

Shoulder Allograft Augmentation and Superior Capsular Reconstruction for Massive Rotator Cuff Tear

Shoulder Slap Lesions and Labrum Tears

Shoulder Instability & Dislocation

Shoulder Acromioclavicular (AC Joint)


Shoulder Calcific Tendonitis

Shoulder Biceps Tendonitis or Tear

Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

Shoulder Acromioclavicular Joint (AC Joint) Arthritis (Weight-lifter’s Shoulder)

Scapular dyskinesis and bursitis

Clavicle fractures

Sports related injuries

Throwing injuries

NanoScope Arthroscopy of Shoulder

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Always treated well by EVERYONE at OrthoMiami. The staff is super helpful. Dr. Ceballos has treated me and members of my family for a few different breaks and injuries with great care and expertise. Highly recommend!