Expert panel strongly recommends against surgery for the most common shoulder pain

New and sound evidence that surgery only has a placebo effect should change practice, say experts Surgery should not be performed in almost all patients with a common cause of shoulder pain known as subacromial pain syndrome or SAPS (also called shoulder impingement or rotator cuff disease), say a panel of international experts in The BMJtoday. Their strong recommendation … Continue reading Expert panel strongly recommends against surgery for the most common shoulder pain