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Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
Thanks to its special shape, the shoulder joint is the most flexible and therefore also the loosest joint in our body. In order to be able to use our shoulder with good strength and stability, the interaction of muscles, tendons and the joint capsule is of utmost importance. Our aim is to ensure that your shoulder can always perform at its best - at any age.
The elbow, like the knee joint, allows great mobility, but thanks to its stability we also have a very efficient power transmission and can support our body weight on the arms with practically no effort.
We are happy to do our utmost to ensure that these mechanical properties are retained as painlessly as possible.
TREATMENTS OF THE SHOULDER AND ELBOW
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The stability of your shoulder has deteriorated considerably in recent months. Many overhead arm movements are associated with apprehension and pain.More
Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
Muscle imbalance or degenerative changes on the shoulder roof (acromion) can lead to impingement of the rotator cuff. An AC Joint osteoarthritis can also be involved.More
In the past months to years, the mobility of your shoulder has deteriorated considerably. Many arm movements are associated with pain, and you are increasingly plagued by pain, even at night.More
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Tendinitis Calcarea / the Calcified Shoulder
Calcified shoulder or Tendinitis Calcarea is a disorder of mid-life in which calcified deposits occur in the rotator cuff (tendon cap) of the shoulder.More
Ligament Injuries to the Elbow and Elbow Luxation (Dislocation of the Elbow)
If we fall on the extended elbow, we risk first of all an injury to our wrist or shoulder. Occasionally, however, large forces of leverage or compression can also affect the elbow.More
Frozen Shoulder / Adhaesive Capsulitias
The actual frozen shoulder (FS) is a disease of the shoulder that is accompanied by pain and a temporary stiffening of the joint.More
We ask almost all of our patients scheduled for an operation to fill out a questionnaire before and after the operation.More