Jefferson University Hospitals

Rotator Cuff Repair

One of the most important parts of the shoulder, the rotator cuff holds the shoulder in place. If the rotator cuff is injured, such as a tear, it may need to be repaired with surgery. Athletes and construction workers often have rotator cuff injuries due to repetitive movement and overuse of the shoulder.

Why Choose Jefferson for Rotator Cuff Injury Treatment in Philadelphia?

Rotator cuff repairs at Jefferson are performed by orthopedic surgeons who are consistently rated Top Doctors by Philadelphia magazine. Our physicians, trainers and therapists have extensive experience in adolescent and adult, amateur and professional sports medicine and treat public and private school athletes and numerous collegiate and professional sports teams, including the Philadelphia Eagles football team, the Philadelphia Phillies baseball team, the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team, the U.S. Women's Gymnastics Team, Division I St. Joseph's University and several Division II and III universities and colleges.

In fact, we evaluate more than 35,000 athletes and perform more than 4,000 reconstructive surgeries related to athletic injuries annually.

Our physicians can help prepare a treatment plan that will restore you to the fullest mobility possible and allow you to return to your normal activities in a fraction of the time once needed for healing.