Arthroscopy of the shoulder
An arthroscopy of your shoulder allows your surgeon to diagnose and treat problems affecting the joint, without the need for a large cut on your skin.
Pain in the shoulders has many different causes. The pain may occur in the joint itself, or in the many muscles, tendons and ligaments in the shoulders.
Arthroscopic release of frozen shoulder
Frozen shoulder can cause severe pain and stiffness. An arthroscopic capsular release should reduce your pain and help you to move your shoulder more easily.
Total shoulder replacement
Arthritis of your shoulder can cause severe pain, stiffness and disability. A shoulder replacement should reduce your pain and help you to move your shoulder more easily.
Shoulder surgery (rotator cuff)
Rotator-cuff problems can cause pain and weakness in your shoulder. An operation can help to reduce any pain and get back some strength in your shoulder.
Revision total shoulder replacement
If your original shoulder replacement fails, you can usually have another operation to do your shoulder replacement again. If this revision operation is successful, you should be able to continue many of your normal activities.
Rotator cuff injury
Rotator cuff injury is caused by a strain or tear in the muscles or tendons of your shoulder. Learn more about they symptoms and how to treat it.
Tendonitis is an irritated or inflamed tendon that can develop anywhere in the body, but is most common in the shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees and heels. Learn more about its causes, symptoms, treatment and prevention.
Chest pain is any sort of pain felt in your upper body, from your jaw and shoulders down to your ribs. It can be a symptom of a heart attack. Find out the facts and when to be concerned.
How to improve your posture
Good posture is important. Here are some tips and exercises to follow so you can improve your posture both in the workplace and at home.