Shoulder dislocations

The shoulder joint has a unique design allowing movement in all directions as required for normal upper limb function. Unfortunately, she shallow nature of the joint makes it susceptible to dislocate. There are various ligaments blended into the shoulder capsule...

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) is a common cause of shoulder pain and prolonged shoulder stiffness. It starts with inflammation of the inner lining of the joint which is very painful. This is followed by the formation of scar tissue within the joint capsule...

Rotator cuff tears

The rotator cuff is a group of 4 muscles in the shoulder that is important in shoulder function. Each muscle has a tendon at its end that inserts into bone (the head of the humerus). It is at these tendon insertions that tears normally occur. A rotator cuff tendon can...

Calcific Tendonitis

The rotator cuff is a group of 4 muscles in the shoulder that is important in shoulder function. Each muscle has a tendon at its end that inserts into bone (the head of the humerus). When calcium is formed within one or more of these tendons, it is called calcific...