Biceps tenotomy, tenodesis and transfer are surgical procedures that repair damaged bicep tendons. Strong cord-like structures of fibrous tissue, the tendons connect the bicep muscle in your upper arm to bones in the shoulder...


Elbow arthroscopy surgery, also referred to as "scoping the elbow," is a minimally invasive procedure used by orthopaedic surgeons to repair various painful diseases and disorders of the elbow such as arthritis, tennis elbow and thrower’s elbow...


Wrist fracture is full or partial breakage of the wrist bone. One of the most common broken bone injuries, wrist fractures represent approximately 16 percent of all fractures seen in the emergency room...


Labral repair surgery is a procedure used to reverse damage to the labrum, or cartilage, in the shoulder. The head of the upper arm bone (humeral head) rests in a shallow socket in the shoulder blade called the glenoid...


SLAP repair is a surgical procedure used to correct a SLAP tear, which is an injury to the labrum in the shoulder joint. The term SLAP stands for superior labrum from anterior to posterior...


Shoulder and elbow tendon repair surgeries are procedures that repair one or more torn tendons. A tendon is a tough band of fibrous tissue that connects a muscle to a bone...


The team of shoulder and elbow specialists at Northwell includes surgeons, diagnostic radiologists, pathologists, and caring rehabilitation experts. Shoulder and elbow conditions can be treated non-surgically or by utilizing arthroscopy and other minimally invasive techniques...


Shoulder arthroscopy, also referred to as "a shoulder scope," is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used by orthopaedic surgeons to treat various painful disorders of the shoulder such as rotator cuff tendon tears, cartilage disorders, shoulder instability, torn ligaments and bone spurs...


Shoulder decompression is a type of surgery used to correct the painful condition of shoulder impingement. Most often caused by the combination of repetitive activity and aging, shoulder impingement can happen when you raise your arm to shoulder height and the top of your shoulder (acromion) rubs against (impinges) the rotator cuff tendons and the bursae...


Shoulder fracture fixation is a surgical procedure that uses a system of metal instrumentation such as screws, pins, plates and metal frames to internally or externally repair a broken bone in the shoulder...