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Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
Dr. Edward McFarland, director of the Division of Shoulder Surgery, Dr. Uma Srikumaran, assistant director, elbow specialist Dr. John Ingari and our entire team offer expert care in the treatment of shoulder and elbow injuries and conditions.
We treat professional and college athletes, “weekend warriors” and people with disorders related to aging, overuse or accidents. We provide services in several convenient locations throughout Maryland, including Baltimore, Timonium, White Marsh, Columbia and Odenton.
Meet our shoulder and elbow specialists.
We treat a range of shoulder and elbow conditions in children and adults.
Get answers to frequently asked questions about shoulder procedures.
Shoulder Injuries | Q&A with Dr. Edward McFarland
Orthopaedic surgeon Edward McFarland, M.D., talks about shoulder dislocation and subluxation (partial dislocation). He discusses common causes of these shoulder injuries, how they can be treated and what you can expect during recovery.
What Causes Elbow Pain? | Q&A with Dr. John Ingari
Elbow injuries, tennis elbow, cubital tunnel and arthritis are all potential causes of elbow pain. Watch elbow specialist John Ingari, M.D., answer common questions about elbow pain, its origin, diagnostic methods and treatment options.
Total Shoulder Replacement and Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement
Total shoulder replacement is a complex procedure that involves replacing the shoulder joint with artificial parts. Our shoulder surgeons have performed numerous shoulder replacements, including primary (first-time) procedures and revision shoulder replacements after a prior unsuccessful surgery. Reverse total shoulder replacement is one of the procedures our specialists are skilled at and have performed on more than 500 patients over the last decade.
Clinical Trials: New Technologies for Shoulder Damage
Orthopaedic shoulder surgeon Uma Srikumaran is excited to be able to offer patients new shoulder treatments through his participation in several ongoing FDA clinical trials. These new technologies include a balloon spacer for patients with massive rotator cuff tears, a special cage for the treatment of complex proximal humerus fractures and a new alternative surface to metal for shoulder arthroplasty devices.
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