Services

We offer a complete range of orthopedic care options, including shoulder surgery, arthroscopic rotator cuff repair, shoulder and knee arthroscopy, shoulder fractures and dislocation, total and reverse shoulder joint replacement, and treatments for sports injuries.

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Rotator Cuff Surgery
If you’ve injured your rotator cuff and your body hasn’t healed with rest, Austin Shoulder Institute offers surgical repair.
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Dislocated Shoulder
A dislocated shoulder causes instability and pain. If you feel like you’ve lost strength and your shoulder is loose, get help today.
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Labral Repair
Our doctors offer several repair options for labrum — the ring of soft tissue that holds your shoulder together — injuries.
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Shoulder Fracture Care
The orthopedists offer both nonsurgical and surgical options to repair and restore shoulder fractures.
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Total Shoulder Replacement
If your shoulder has degenerated or is damaged beyond repair, you can have a shoulder replacement surgery.
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Shoulder Replacement
If part of your shoulder is severely damaged, you may benefit from a shoulder replacement procedure.
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Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair



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Shoulder Arthroscopy
Shoulder arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure use for diagnostic purposes as well as for some surgical repairs.
3D illustration, shoulder painful skeleton x-ray, medical concept.
Reverse Shoulder Replacement
A reverse shoulder replacement can restore your shoulder if you have a severe rotator cuff tear or a prior, unsuccessful replacement.
3D Illustration of shoulder painful, medical concept.
Sports Injury
Shoulder injuries are common sports injuries, but don’t let shoulder tendonitis or a labral tear keep you off the field.