Orthopaedics Menu Orthopaedics Shoulder & Elbow Patient Education Materials Dislocated Shoulder Elbow Pain Elbow Pain Treatment Options Elbow Surgery Minimally Invasive Shoulder Surgery Shoulder & Elbow Doctors & Surgeons Shoulder Arthritis Shoulder Pain Shoulder Replacement Reverse Shoulder Replacement Shoulder Replacement Recovery Shoulder Replacement - FAQs Shoulder Treatment Shoulder & Elbow Pain? We Can Help. The St. Elizabeth Healthcare Orthopaedic team offers personalized, comprehensive care close to home in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas. From diagnostic testing to treatment and rehabilitation therapy services, we will find the cause of your shoulder or elbow pain and recommend the best course of treatment, creating a customized treatment plan just for you. Relieve shoulder or elbow pain without surgery We know that shoulder or elbow pain can directly affect your activity level and quality of life. The St. Elizabeth Healthcare Orthopaedic team provides comprehensive treatment and physical therapy to get you moving again. Learn more about our non-surgical orthopaedic doctors or physical therapy team and explore your care options. Is it time for shoulder or elbow surgery? If non-surgical treatment options are no longer working on your shoulder or elbow pain, it is time to learn more about our surgery options. St. Elizabeth Healthcare offers a wide range of surgical treatment options for shoulder and elbow pain provided by our affiliated orthopaedic surgeons with OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. Learn more about our affiliated surgical orthopaedic doctors and explore your care options. Meet our Non-Surgical Orthopaedic Doctors › Meet our Surgical Orthopaedic Doctors › Meet our Physical Therapy Team › Gold Seal of Quality Certification for Shoulder Surgery by Joint Commission St. Elizabeth has achieved the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for shoulder replacement surgery. The Gold Seal symbolizes St. Elizabeth’s commitment to providing high-quality, safe orthopaedic care. The designation is a first for St. Elizabeth Healthcare’s total shoulder replacement program. The Joint Commission is the leading accreditor of healthcare organizations in America. The organization uses information from health care experts, patients, providers and scientific and medical literature to evaluate a facility’s compliance with safety and quality standards. Common Shoulder & Elbow Conditions Shoulder Arthritis Shoulder Pain Dislocated Shoulder Elbow Pain Surgical Options for the Shoulder & Elbow St. Elizabeth Healthcare offers a wide range of surgical treatment options for shoulder and elbow pain, including: Shoulder Replacement Reverse Shoulder Replacement Minimally Invasive Shoulder Surgery Shoulder and Elbow FAQs Shoulder Replacement Recovery Elbow Surgery Treatment Options for the Shoulder & Elbow From exercise and physical therapy to anti-inflammatory medications, our St. Elizabeth Orthopaedic team will develop a customized non-surgical treatment plan for you. Shoulder Treatments Our orthopaedic team and facilities The Orthopaedic Institute at St. Elizabeth is a partnership between St. Elizabeth Healthcare, OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine and St. Elizabeth Physicians. The Orthopaedic Institute brings together a multidisciplinary team of surgeons, primary care doctors and other orthopaedic healthcare providers to ensure you receive the best orthopaedic care available. In addition, the St. Elizabeth Total Joint Center offers 36 private patient suites for inpatient care, a spacious rehabilitation area and a classroom for patient and family education. You’ve got questions — St. Elizabeth has answers What’s the difference between reverse shoulder replacement and shoulder replacement? What’s the benefit of a rotator cuff sparing total shoulder replacement? We know you have questions – and we have the answers. Start in our FAQ section. Contact Us Is your shoulder or elbow pain bothering you? Schedule an appointment with our Sports Medicine physicians for a treatment plan tailored to you. Call (859) 212-5600 to make an appointment. If surgery is necessary, please call our affiliated orthopaedic surgeons from OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine at (859) 301-BONE (2663).