Treatment options

  • Biceps tendon disorders - SLAP (Superior Labrum Anterior Posterior) tears

    A SLAP lesion is a tear or rupture of the glenoid labrum at the upper edge of the glenoid cavity. There are now ten different types of SLAP lesions. The shoulder experts at Schoen Clinic specialise in treating SLAP lesions.
  • Calcific tendonitis (shoulder)

    A sharp, stabbing pain suddenly enters the shoulder while sleeping. If you are awakened by such pain, you may be suffering from calcific tendonitis. Do not delay, and ask our shoulder specialists about treatment.
  • Clavicle fracture (broken collarbone)

    A clavicle fracture is not uncommon. A fall on the shoulder is all it takes, and the fine bone can break. Our experts at Schoen Clinic specialise in the treatment of bone fractures and are sure to recommend the best possible therapy to you.
  • Frozen shoulder (Adhesive capsulitis)

    A frozen shoulder, also called adhesive capsulitis, is a common condition characterised by pain and restricted montion in the shoulder. Our experienced experts specialise in the treatment of a frozen shoulder and help you to become more mobile again.
  • Shoulder osteoarthritis (arthrosis)

    Pain in the shoulder places a huge strain on your everyday life. It may be caused by wear and tear in the shoulder joint, also referred to as arthrosis. Shoulder specialists at Schoen Clinic have highly customised treatment concepts for this.
  • Rotator cuff tear

    Does shoulder pain greatly impair your everyday life? The reason for this may be a rotator cuff tear – a tendon tear in the shoulder. Our specialists at Schoen Clinic London treat your symptoms, so you’re able to return to your everyday life as quickly as possible.
  • Shoulder Impingement syndrome & acromioclavicular joint arthritis

    Acromioclavicular joint separation often affects young patients. Falls onto the arm or road traffic accidents are typical causes. Men are affected by this disease five times more frequently than women.
  • Shoulder instability – Arthroscopic/open stabilisation

    Shoulder dislocation – a distinction is made between accidental dislocation (traumatic shoulder dislocation) and dislocation during everyday movements (habitual or recurrent shoulder dislocation). Our shoulder surgeons at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in treating shoulder instability. Your shoulders are in the best hands with us.