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Anatomic TSA

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Anatomic shoulder arthroplasty is a surgical procedure that replaces a damaged or diseased shoulder joint with an artificial joint. This procedure replaces both the ball and socket parts of the joint with prosthetic components that closely mimic the shape and size of a patient's natural joint. Anatomic shoulder arthroplasty can provide pain relief and restore function to the shoulder joint, allowing patients to resume their normal activities. Recovery time is generally several months and may involve physical therapy to restore strength and mobility. If you are experiencing shoulder pain or mobility issues, make an appointment to talk with Dr. Johnson to see if anatomic shoulder arthroplasty is a good option for you.

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