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Private shoulder surgery

Get fast access to expert treatment for shoulder pain at BMI Syon Clinic.

In some cases, shoulder pain resolves itself naturally over time. But in other cases, it can persist, making everyday activities painful and challenging, which can cause understandable frustration.  

Many people put up with shoulder pain for years, and yet there are many effective treatments available that can help to soothe, manage and even eliminate joint problems, reducing pain and improving mobility in your shoulder. 

Shoulder pain may occur as the result of an accident or injury, or it may develop over time, caused by a condition such as arthritis. Whatever the source of your pain, we aim to quickly diagnose it, building a bespoke treatment plan around your individual needs.  

When you choose private care at BMI Syon Clinic, you’ll get speedy access to excellent orthopaedic treatment. We can help get you better. Fast.

At BMI Syon Clinic, our team of orthopaedic specialists is committed to offering the right treatment for your personal circumstances. In many cases, this won’t be surgery. Shoulder pain can often be treated with non-invasive methods such as injection therapy, pain medication or physiotherapy. Still, for many people, shoulder surgery is the best option to treat the cause of their pain. Common procedures we perform at our hospital include:

Rotator cuff repair surgery

Your rotator cuff is formed of four muscles and tendons that merge to hold your shoulder firmly in place. You can damage your rotator cuff tendon through overuse or injury. If this happens, your Consultant will perform rotator cuff repair surgery to reattach the torn area of your tendon to the head of your humerus (upper arm bone).

Shoulder replacement surgery

The type of shoulder replacement surgery that you will require will depend on the condition of your shoulder. Your Orthopaedic Surgeon could perform partial shoulder replacement surgery, when the head of your humerus (upper arm bone) that forms the ball of your shoulder joint is removed and replaced with a prosthesis. In other cases, your Surgeon will also replace the socket of your shoulder joint with a prosthesis. This is known as a total shoulder replacement. Your Consultant will ensure you know what to expect from your shoulder replacement surgery before it happens.

Shoulder arthroscopy

This is a form of keyhole surgery to examine the inside of your shoulder joint, helping diagnose and treat a range of problems. A camera will be inserted through very small incisions in your shoulder to help diagnose the problems you are having. If possible, your Orthopaedic Surgeon will also perform treatment during the procedure.

Surgery for a dislocated shoulder

When your shoulder is dislocated, your humerus or upper arm bone is either partially or completely removed from its socket in your shoulder blade. Your Orthopaedic Surgeon will manipulate your shoulder and return your humerus to its usual position through a non-surgical technique known as reduction. This involves gently moving your arm around your shoulder joint until it fits back into your socket.

After a dislocation your labrum (a ring of cartilage around your socket) can become damaged, which creates instability in your shoulder and increases the likilihood of you experiencing another dislocation. If this happens to you, your Orthopaedic Surgeon will recommend surgery to repair any damage to your labrum. They will use a bone graft (a section of bone from a part of your shoulder blade called your coracoid process) to repair your shoulder socket.

At BMI Syon Clinic in Brentford, we offer tailored treatment and Consultant-led orthopaedic services for those who live in Hounslow, Ealing, West London and further afield. 

There are many benefits of choosing treatment with us, including: 

  • A physiotherapy department to accelerate your recovery 
  • Private rooms with en-suite facilities, telephone, radio, satellite television and a 24-hour nurse call system 
  • Access to sophisticated diagnostic facilities, including X-Ray, Ultrasound and MRI scanning 
  • An onsite diagnostic suite and a minor procedures treatment room, available if you should need them 
  • A variety of tailored orthopaedic services to ensure you experience a fast and effective recovery after surgery 
  • With us, you will experience Consultant-led care from a multidisciplinary team of compassionate and caring healthcare professionals 
  • You can spread the cost of your care through our flexible payment options 

If you need effective, quality treatment at a time and place convenient for you, you will benefit from going private. The advantages of going private with BMI Healthcare include: 

Speed: You can usually see a Consultant within 48 hours of booking your appointment, whether online or on the phone. 

Quality and credibility:
We have a national network of Consultants across 50+ UK hospitals. You can count on us. 

Comfort: We offer comfortable private rooms with en-suite facilities, TV, WiFi and a direct dial telephone.  

Choice, flexibility and certainty:
Be seen when you want, where you want, and by who you want. Call us seven days a week or book online. Your healthcare, your way. 

Affordability:
We offer flexible payment options to help you spread the cost of your treatment if you book with us directly. If you’re planning to pay using private health insurance, simply let us know when you get in touch. 

To begin your shoulder treatment with us, call our team on 0208 3226000 or book a consultation with your chosen specialist. 

Specialists offering Private shoulder surgery

Mr Vikas Vedi

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

BSc Hons, MBBS, FRCS, FRCS(Tr & Orth)

BMI Bishops Wood Hospital 3 more BMI Syon Clinic BMI The Clementine Churchill Hospital BMI The Princess Margaret Hospital

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