Gregory C. Mallo, MD
Shoulder Reconstruction and Arthroscopy of the Shoulder and Knee
Gregory C. Mallo, MD, former medical officer in the US Navy and Harvard Medical School Fellow specializes in shoulder reconstruction and arthroscopy of the shoulder and knee.
Patient information for common shoulder problems, surgeries and recovery.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
One of the handiest and been-around-for-centuries accessories can also be the cause of some severe shoulder pain and even injury. Backpacks – worn by hikers, travelers, college students and school-age kids – are a go-to solution for lugging around the day’s necessities, BUT incorrectly wearing a backpack can lead to serious pain and pressure on … Read MoreRead More
Rotator cuff disease is a progressive, quality-of-life-diminishing problem that can cause chronic, debilitating pain, mobility limitations and in severe cases, complete loss of shoulder function in people affected by it. Modern advances in treatment show promise for patients not only in helping to halt the progression of rotator cuff disease, but also in aiding the … Read MoreRead More
No pain – no gain may seem like a good idea to some athletes, but there is definitely no gain when the pain results in a sports injury. While some injuries, known as “acute” injuries, will clearly bench a player at the time they are received, others are less obvious. These subtle injuries, when left … Read MoreRead More