Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

Shoulder and Elbow Surgery at Blakelands Hospital

Ramsay offers expert shoulder and elbow surgery to correct shoulder and elbow problems caused by aging, overuse, an accident, or a sports-related injury.

Our shoulder and elbow specialists work in a multidisciplinary team of highly trained nurses, consultant radiologists, and specialist upper limb physiotherapists. They provide rapid and accurate diagnosis and treatment of painful shoulder and elbow disorders and injuries.

X-rays, MRIs, and ultrasound scans can be arranged onsite with minimal delay. Experienced physiotherapists are available to offer tailored physiotherapy plans for non-surgical care and post-surgical rehabilitation treatment after shoulder and elbow surgery.

We understand that elbow and shoulder conditions and injuries can be very painful and limit your mobility. Our experienced team treats recreational and professional sports athletes, as well as people who are suffering from debilitating arthritis. Our aim is to get you back to a pain-free life as soon as possible. 

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Arthroscopy of the Shoulder

A shoulder arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that involves the use of a small camera, called an arthroscope. It aims to diagnose and treat various conditions affecting the shoulder joint, such as inflammation, injuries, or damaged tissues, and perform necessary surgical interventions.

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