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Torn Rotator Cuffs: Diagnosis & Treatment

A torn rotator cuff can be the result of a variety of causes. A trained orthopaedic specialist can help you diagnose your shoulder pain and develop a treatment plan that helps you become pain-free. Learn more from our specialists. 

Common Causes of Low Back Pain

At some point in life, most people experience lower back pain. The intensity of this pain ranges from mild to severe and can be short-lived or long lasting. For most back pain sufferers, this pain negatively affects daily life making what one would consider an easy task difficult to complete. Learn more about causes of low back pain and how we can help.

Treating Knee Pain

Knee pain is one of the most common orthopaedic complaints. Whether you have experienced chronic knee pain or recently developed pain due to an injury or medical condition, our orthopaedic team can help. Learn more about the causes and treatment options for knee pain. 

Do You Need Surgery for a Rotator Cuff Tear?

When it comes to rotator cuff tears, due to the degeneration associated with the natural aging process, the elderly are at the greatest risk. Most tears occur in the dominant arm or an arm with a shoulder that has previously sustained an injury. Learn more about rotator cuff tears and how we can help.

Recent Blogs from Cameron Hospital

Avoiding Trips and Falls

September 13 – 20, 2020 is National Rehabilitation Awareness Week. Designed to acknowledge the many benefits that can arise from rehab programs, the week also highlights the positive impact rehab services can make in the lives of children, adults and older adults.  In...

How to Help Student Athletes Avoid Injuries

Participating in school sports comes with a long list of advantages, including promoting physical activity, self-confidence, teamwork, leadership and social skills. However, all sports do come with a risk of injury. Cameron Orthopaedics physician, Dr. Michael Rosen,...

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