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PATIENT STORIES

Feb 19, 2018

I would like to express my gratitude for the new of edition of Dr. Murphy to Camden Bone & Joint. I met him on such a devastating occasion (my son suffered a very serious football injury in October 2017); he was on call at the football game that night and was the so caring, competent and calm. I thank God for him and the expertise he know brings to our Community. A. Dubose, ACNP of Sentinel Health Partners

Jan 26, 2018

Dr. Tran & Staff, 

Thank you for taking such good care of Colby – and for staying late and seeing us as a walk-in! We appreciate the care and time you all gave us! 

The Branham Family 

Love – Colby Branham

Jan 2, 2018

From elbow, to knee, to major foot problems over 11 years and continuing, I have always been more than pleased with the excellent, professionalism of all of the doctors and staff.

WHAT DOES SHOULDER SURGERY TREAT

 

According to the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, more than 1.4 million shoulder arthroscopies are performed worldwide each year.

Depending on the complexity of the repair that needs to be made, shoulder arthroscopy may be used to correct the following conditions: 

  • Cartilage or ligaments that have been torn or damaged

  • Shoulders with instability where a shoulder joint is loose and/or the shoulder dislocates and slips out of the ball and socket joint becoming dislocated

  • Biceps tendon that is torn or damaged

  • Torn rotator cuff

  • Bone spurs or inflammation around the rotator cuff

  • Joint inflammation or damage caused by an illness such as arthritis

  • Loose tissue that interferes with movement and has to be removed

  • Shoulder impingement where movement is impaired

 

SHOULDER ARTHROSCOPY / SHOULDER SURGERY PROCEDURES

 

Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery, or arthroscopy, is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that uses a small camera called an arthroscope. The arthroscope is inserted through a small incision to examine or repair specific areas within or around the shoulder joint. 

ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALISTS IN CAMDEN AND ELGIN SC

As physicians with more than 50 years of experience in orthopedics and sports medicine, we take a highly personal; interactive approach to caring for our patients. With two convenient locations in Camden, South Carolina, and Elgin, South Carolina; Camden Bone & Joint specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries of the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, as well as sports medicine. We provide the latest and most advanced appropriate treatments, such as non-surgical treatments, ultrasound, arthroscopy, joint reconstruction, total/partial joint replacement surgery and minimally invasive surgical techniques.

RESTORING AND IMPROVING FUNCTION FOR PATIENTS WITH A SEVERELY DEGRADED RANGE OF MOTION, MOBILITY, AND JOINT PAIN.

Camden Bone and Joint’s highly trained and board-certified physicians are dedicated to managing and treating joint complications resulting from degenerative joint diseases such as arthritis, musculoskeletal disease or joint trauma.

For patients facing end-stage arthritis, our team implements the latest advances in joint replacement surgery to restore and improve function for patients with a severely degraded range of motion, mobility, and pain.

Through the intervention of our orthopedic experts in Camden SC, pain-free everyday activities like walking, tennis, gardening, golf and playing with children are restored to patients who have had to limit or cease these activities as a result of the chronic and debilitating effects of their conditions.

The joint replacement team at Camden Bone & Joint considers a patient’s ability to tolerate the rigors of joint replacement. This includes assessing existing limitations, evaluating and diagnosing the degree and type of disease or degenerative process, evaluating the level of pain being experienced and conducting a thorough discussion with patients concerning the surgical options available and rehabilitation.

Call (803) 432-4498 for a Joint Replacement Appointment in Camden or Elgin, SC