There are many causes of shoulder pain and disability, more commonly arising from direct trauma, sporting injuries or degenerative disease.

Common issues such as shoulder impingement syndrome, biceps and labral pathology, shoulder dislocations, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tears, acromioclavicular joint pathology, and arthritis are dealt with in a multidisciplinary manner.

In many instances, a comprehensive rehabilitation program from a physiotherapist specialising in the upper limb as well as appropriate short-term analgesia may be curative.

If, however surgery is required, patients will be offered treatment pertaining to their pathology using the latest surgical techniques.

Procedures range from arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgery, to fracture and tendon fixation, to total joint replacement surgery. Ultimately, the goal of treatment is to restore complete function, alleviate pain and regain confidence and independence.