The shoulder is a pretty complicated joint, made up of three bones: the scapula (shoulder blade), clavicle (collarbone) and humerus (upper arm bone). Two joints in the shoulder allow it to move: the acromioclavicular joint, where the highest point of the scapula (acromion) meets the clavicle, and the glenohumeral joint. Also, lots of muscles and tendons and ligaments should work in harmony for your gross and fine motor skills. Hear more about what Linda has to say.
Here at Banks and Dade we have a pretty good track record with shoulders. Want to know more, we always welcome a phone call or a free 15-minute consult to discuss options, give us a call.