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During an arthroscopic procedure, small incisions are made into the shoulder to insert small ports to allow a camera to visualize the inside of the shoulder. The subacromial space is entered and the lateral end of the clavicle (collar bone) is exposed and a small section is removed to allow space for the shoulder to move freely. This will reduce impingement pain in the shoulder.