Dr Fred Nouh

Shoulder

Shoulder pain can be debilitating, and without proper medical care, it can become much worse over time.

Do you suspect you may have a rotator cuff tear?

You may be experiencing symptoms such as pain, weakness, and loss of motion. You may be worried about these problems getting worse, interfering with your sleep or ability to work, and reducing your quality of life. Stiffness and inflammation, a combination often known as “bursitis” or “frozen shoulder,” often occur along with rotator cuff tears.

Most commonly, injuries to the rotator cuff are caused by slip-and-fall accidents, sports accidents or other traumatic injuries, but they can also occur as a result of wear-and-tear on the tendons from repetitive movements or even age-related changes in the tendon fibers and the joint itself.

Rotator cuff tears can be partial or complete, and the extent of damage to the cuff will have a bearing on the type of treatment you will need and your recovery timeline, as well as the severity of your symptoms.

The first step in treating a rotator cuff injury is to have your shoulder evaluated.

Please read the attached brochure on Rotator Cuff Surgery for more details on surgical
techniques.

Shoulder procedures:

  • Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Surgery
  • Bicep Tendon Repair
  • Arthroscopic Stabilisation Surgery