Biceps tendon disorders SLAP (Superior Labrum Anterior Posterior) tears

If you are unable to perform everyday movements such as taking the milk out of the fridge or lifting a water bottle without pain, you may have a SLAP lesion. If you can’t throw a stone or you can’t serve playing tennis you might have a SLAP lesion. This is a rupture or tear of the glenoid labrum in the glenoid cavity.

Our experts at Schoen Clinic specialise in treating SLAP lesions. They will find the cause and the right therapy for you.

SLAP tears: our specialists

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Mr Ian Bacarese-Hamilton

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon & Trauma Surgeon

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