BMI The Runnymede HospitalGuildford Road, Ottershaw, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 0RQ Directions
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Escape your pain with fast access to expert treatment at BMI The Runnymede Hospital in Surrey.
At your initial consultation, you will be seen by a bones and joint specialist, also known as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon. They’ll work with other experts from across our hospital, such as Physiotherapists and Pain Management Consultants, to diagnose and treat your symptoms.
Start your shoulder treatment with us today by booking an appointment online or calling our team on 01932 877 800.
The type of surgery that you are offered will depend on your diagnosis. At BMI The Runnymede Hospital, our most common shoulder procedures include:
Your rotator cuff consists of four muscles that merge to form your rotator cuff tendon. This tendon is attached to the top of your humerus (upper arm bone) and passes through a space under your acromion (the bony part of your shoulder blade) when you lift your arm.
Repetitive activities or an injury can cause a tear in your rotator cuff tendon. If a tear is identified, your Orthopaedic Surgeon will perform rotator cuff repair surgery to reattach the torn part of your tendon to your humerus (upper arm bone).
Your shoulder joint is formed of a ball (the top of your humerus or upper arm bone) and a socket in your scapula (shoulder blade). A shoulder dislocation can cause your upper arm bone to become partially or completely removed from its socket.
Shoulder dislocation can often be fixed without surgery. A specialist can place your humerus back into its correct position through a technique called reduction, where your arm is gently moved around your shoulder joint to return it to the socket.
Sometimes, in order to prevent further dislocations, surgery is the best idea. This will involve stabilising your shoulder joint by repairing any damage to the structures inside your shoulder from your dislocation.
Shoulder manipulation is a non-invasive procedure in which your Orthopaedic Surgeon carefully moves (manipulates) your shoulder through a range of motions. This can relieve ongoing stiffness from frozen shoulder (a condition where the lining of your shoulder joint becomes inflamed causing pain and limited movement in your shoulder).
Shoulder replacement surgery can be used to treat severe damage to the inside of your joint. Arthritis is the most common cause of this damage, though it may have resulted from an injury. The surgery involves removing the top part of your humerus (upper arm bone), which forms the ball of your shoulder joint, and replacing this with an artificial component (a prosthesis). In some cases, your Orthopaedic Surgeon might also replace the socket of your shoulder joint with a prosthesis.
*The prices that are listed above reflect self-pay prices where patients have paid for their treatment themselves. At BMI The Runnymede Hospital, the final price of your treatment will always be confirmed in writing after your consultation and any necessary diagnostic tests. Further terms and conditions apply.
By choosing BMI The Runnymede Hospital, you could benefit from fast, efficient and easy access to a diagnosis and treatment at the click of a button. Just book online today – or call if you’d prefer – and you could be having your initial consultation within 48 hours.
With more than 97% of our patients rating their quality of care as excellent or very good, you can expect first-class healthcare at our hospital in Surrey. The many advantages of choosing BMI The Runnymede Hospital include:
Live your life pain-free by contacting our team on 01932 877 800 or booking your consultation online.
Pay for yourself with our fixed price packages. This includes your pre-assessment, treatment, follow-ups and six months of aftercare.
We are widely recognised by health insurers. Ask your insurer about your cover and for an insurer pre-authorisation code.
Pay for yourself with monthly repayments spread over 12 months, interest-free (terms and conditions apply)