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Last Name Initial: H

  1. David E. Hartigan, M.D.

    David E. Hartigan, M.D.

    1. Sports Medicine Specialist
    Areas of focus:

    Cartilage repair/restoration, Fresh osteochondral allograft reconstruction, Hip arthroscopy, Hip replacement, Knee osteotomy, Meniscus repair, Meniscus transplantation, Multiligament knee reconstruction, Osteotomy, Biceps tear, Knee disorder, Rotator cuff injury, Shoulder instability, Thrower's shoulder more

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Research

Mayo Clinic surgeons and scientists collaborate to develop new solutions that improve rotator cuff healing, speed rehabilitation and improve the outcomes for people experiencing shoulder problems.

Avenues being explored include:

  • Advanced pain management, utilizing nerve blocks
  • Biologic augmentation for repair procedures
  • Innovative tendon transfers for irreparable tears

Our health care teams at the Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Center in Minnesota investigate sports injury evaluation, treatment and prevention to provide optimal treatment to those involved in sports- or fitness-related activities.

Publications

See a list of publications about rotator cuff injuries by Mayo Clinic authors on PubMed, a service of the National Library of Medicine.

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Rotator cuff injury care at Mayo Clinic

May 17, 2018