Shoulder and Elbow Conditions

The London Orthopaedic Clinic offers leading treatment for shoulder and elbow conditions. Our specialists provide surgical care as well as soft tissue and non-surgical treatment for shoulder and elbow injuries including sports injuries. We offer arthroscopic procedures for all shoulder conditions and use ultrasound guided techniques for elbow problems including tennis elbow and tendonitis. Complete trauma and emergency care is also available by all the consultants at the London Orthopaedic Clinic.

Keep up the good work. I would certainly recommend the clinic and Mr Owen-Johnstone.

June 6, 2016

Shoulder and Elbow Problems

Acromioclavicular joint problems
Arthritis of the elbow
Bursitis elbow
Calcific tendonitis
Frozen shoulder
Golfer’s elbow
Rotator cuff tears
Shoulder arthritis
Shoulder and elbow fractures
Shoulder bursitis
Shoulder dislocation
Shoulder impingement syndrome
Shoulder instability
Shoulder labral injury
Shoulder muscle pain
Shoulder sprain
Shoulder subluxation
Shoulder tendonitis
Subacromial impingement
Tendonitis in elbow
Tennis elbow
Torn ligament in shoulder

Shoulder and Elbow Treatments

ACJ reconstuction
Anthroscopic shoulder surgery
Arthroscopic capsular release
Arthroscopic decompression
Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair
Arthroscopic shoulder stabilisation
Cuff decompression
Elbow arthroscopy
Imaging
Physiotherapy
Reverse shoulder replacement
Solid joint replacement
Tennis elbow treatment

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