Shoulder Procedures

Arthroscopic Decompression

An arthroscopic subacromial decompression is performed to address symptoms of 'impingement' in the shoulder unresponsive to non operative treatment.

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Arthroscopic Stabilisation

Recurrent instability of the shoulder can have a significant affect on shoulder function making it difficult for people with this condition to undertake normal activities

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 Rehabilitation Protocol Rehabilitation Protocol (0.4MB)

Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair

Tears of the rotator cuff can cause pain and weakness in the shoulder and arm. In many cases it is possible to repair the torn tendons using a variety of arthroscopic ('keyhole') techniques.

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Technique Animation (External Site)
SpeedBridge Repair Technique Animation (External Site)

Arthroscopic Acromioclavicular Joint Reconstruction

Damage to the Acromioclavicular Joint can occur in a variety of settings. In many cases reconstructive surgery is not required. If neccesary the technique employed depends on a number of factors including the severity of the disruption and how long it has been present.

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ACJ Tightrope Technique Animation (External Site)
ACJ Graftrope Technique Animation (External Site)

Disclaimer

The animations provided are for illustrative purposes only and may not accurately mirror the precise surgical technique used during any given procedure.

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