Tag: shoulder pain

Five Common Causes of Shoulder Pain

Dr. Martin Coleman

  Martin R Coleman, MD Arthritis – Although not seen as often as knee or hip arthritis, I may diagnose arthritis of the shoulder when a patient comes to me complaining of an achy, stiff shoulder. Arthritis is a condition that may come with age but may reflect a specific inflammatory condition such as Rheumatoid arthritis… Read more »

Shoulder Impingement

by Boyd W. Haynes III, MD Shoulder pain can be caused by many factors, such as disease, injury or overuse.  A common problem that I treat in my practice is shoulder impingement, which happens when the bursa or the Rotator Cuff tendon (or both) of the shoulder get pinched or “impinged upon” by the bones… Read more »

The Top Five Musculoskeletal Problems Treated at OSC

  by Jeffrey R. Carlson, MD I have been an Orthopaedic Specialist at OSC since 1999.  During that time, I have seen thousands of patients who have presented with various complaints of pain and dysfunction.  Recently, I was asked to name the top problems for which we treat patients at OSC and the causes for… Read more »

OSC Community Lecture – Effective Treatments for Shoulder Pain

Join Dr. Marty Coleman as he discusses treatment options for painful conditions of the shoulder. Learn how almost every shoulder problem can be successfully addressed, relieving pain and restoring function. Bring your specific questions for Dr. Coleman. Bring a friend, have some refreshments and get informed! Date & Time:  Tuesday, August 20th at 7:00 PM… Read more »

Pain Relief Results After a Steroidal Epidural

A Real-Life OSC Patient Tells of Their Pain Relief Experience My last post dealt with the yucky after-effects experience with the epidural were over (1 day max), I eagerly began waiting to see if I would feel relief. When they put the steroid medication into  your epidural space, they use numbing medication.  This numbing medication… Read more »