We are proud to announce that we now participate with Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (BCBSNJ)! Contact our offices for more information!
Menu 

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder is caused by the inflammation, scarring, and shrinking of the shoulder capsule. Any type of injury to the joint may lead to a frozen shoulder. Athletes with diabetes are more susceptible to being affected by this injury.

Symptoms

  • Aching shoulder pain
  • Limited movement of the joint
  • Pain during sleep, especially when sleeping on injured side

Related News & Blogs

  • Ulnar Collateral Ligament Treatment Options for Athletes

    Ulnar Collateral Ligament Treatment Options for Athletes

    Many who aren’t throwing athletes may not have heard of the ulnar collateral ligament (UCL), but pitchers, quarterbacks, javelin throwers and others might be intimately familiar with it. It is one of the ligaments of the elbow and is subject to large forces during overhead throwing motions. Non-athletes may be able to avoid surgery if

  • Dr. Patrick Buckley Discusses Rotator Cuff with Dr. Arthur Perry

    Dr. Patrick Buckley Discusses Rotator Cuff with Dr. Arthur Perry

    Dr. Patrick Buckley, orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist at University Orthopaedic Associates, sat down with Dr. Arthur Perry on Dr. Perry’s popular radio segment What’s Your Wrinkle?® with Dr. Perry on 77 WABC Radio. In the segment, Dr. Buckley discusses all things rotator cuff, including: Anatomy and function of the rotator cuff Most common causes of

  • Understanding the Benefits of WALANT Surgery

    Understanding the Benefits of WALANT Surgery

    With advances in medicine changing every day, it’s no shock that science has come up with an alternative to hand surgery without the need for general anesthesia. Known as the wide-awake local anesthesia no tourniquet procedure—WALANT for short—this technique revolutionizes how hand and wrist surgeries are performed for conditions such as: Carpal tunnel syndrome De

Show All Posts
  • Contact Us

  • Make An Appointment

    Call our office to make an appointment or fill out our appointment request form.

    Somerset Office: 732-537-0909
    Mercer Office: 609-683-7800
    Monmouth Office: 732-938-6090
    Iselin Office: 732-853-8610
    Woodbridge Office: 732-283-2663
    Request An Appointment
Facebook Iconfacebook like buttonYouTube IconTwitter Icontwitter follow buttonFollow Us on Instagram!