While shoulder pain may be common, it should not be ignored. Often times chronic shoulder pain is significant of a more serious diagnosis. Dr. Mallo notes that “Shoulder pain is a very common part of everyday life. Most people do not seek care assuming they have a “sprain” or “tendinitis” when something much more severe is present.
A delay in a correct, timely diagnosis, such as a retracted rotator cuff tear, can result in irreversible muscle or tendon damage.”
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If you are experiencing shoulder pain, Dr. Mallo recommends a simple visit to an orthopedist trained specifically in the treatment of shoulder injuries, which can help reduce pain, improve function, and avoid catastrophic injury.

To schedule your consultation and evaluation with Dr. Mallo, call 631-689-6698