Shoulder & Elbow

Many consider the shoulder to be the most complicated joint in the body. It becomes a common source of pain through repetitive motions from sports, work and life’s other activities. Because of the delicate balance between soft tissue tension and stability, even a small disruption of the shoulder can lead to limited range of motion. The elbow, in turn, connects the upper and lower arm through a system of muscles, ligaments, and tendons — all complex parts deserving specialized knowledge, attention and care.

LEADERS IN DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT

At Great Lakes Orthopaedic Center, our expert physicians are recognized as leaders in the diagnosis and treatment for shoulder and elbow conditions. By sharing knowledge of the most advanced techniques, GLOC specialists can consider the right surgical or nonsurgical option for each patient. On-site physical therapy and orthotics specialists work side-by-side with physicians to manage patients’ care after treatment as well. It’s a continuum of care designed to get our patients throughout Northern Michigan back to maximum functionality as quickly as possible.

SPECIALTY TREATMENTS AND PROCEDURES

  • Rotator Cuff Repair
  • Joint Replacement
  • Fractures
  • Revisions
  • Platelet Rich Plasma Injections
  • ACP Injections
  • Arthroscopic Nerve Decompressions
  • Nerve Decompressions
  • Revision Arthroscopic Work
  • Instability

Testimonials

  • Hip & Knee

    “I have had the most wonderful experience with Dr. Groseclose and now Danielle Begin too! I was in a lot of pain from an knee injury at work and on December 6, 2019, was my operation. I can finally walk again. Thank you Ashly for all your help. You are a wonderful assistance. It's always […]
  • Shoulder & Elbow

    “Dr.Kerr: It has been almost 24 hours since the sedated manipulation, and I have almost the same range of motion in BOTH shoulders PAIN FREE! I am going to come in and shake your hand. Thank you!”
  • Hip & Knee

    “I've been a patient here for almost 20 years. I've had both knees and both hips replaced. I started here because they were the only doctors in town that understood how painful my knees were. At 45, it's not usual to have your knees replaced. I'm 64 now. I can't say enough good things about […]

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