What should I bring to my first appointment with a surgeon to talk about total shoulder replacement surgery?

  • Insurance information  
  • Medical records, including your medical history, from your primary care physician.
  • The most recent MRI image of your shoulder (Not sure where to go to get an MRI? Check out Gateway Hancock Health, where you’ll be able to get in and out quickly and pay, on average, 70% less than you’ll pay at a hospital.)

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