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Hand and Upper Limb Surgery Subacromial Impingement Full recovery takes even up to 18 months but by 6 weeks most daily activities can be undertaken and by 3 months the shoulder is normally sufficiently recovered to allow the majority of activities.
microsurgery All other conditions of the hand requiring surgery Wrist • • • • Wrist pain and arthroscopy Distal radial fractures Scaphoid / carpal fractures including complex non–unions Arthritis and ligament instability Elbow • • • • • Tennis and golfer’s elbow Cubital tunnel syndrome Arthritis surgery Instability surgery Elbow fractures and complex fracture dislocations Subacromial impingement / bursitis Rotator cuff tears Shoulder dislocation and instability Arthritis and shoulder replacement Peripheral nerve • Peripheral nerve compression • Peripheral nerve injuries Trauma • • Bony and soft tissue hand trauma General orthopaedic trauma your previous x–rays and scans insurance and Medicare details a method of payment Length of your visit We will try and ensure your visit runs as smoothly as possible.
These include open and arthroscopic management of subacromial impingement, acromioclavicular joint arthritis, rotator cuff tears and instability as well as shoulder arthroplasty for degenerative disease and fractures including the use of head replacing and resurfacing components.