Our neck and shoulders can be vulnerable to tension and stiffness. If you are experiencing shoulder pain that’s affecting everyday activities, or find it doesn’t ease with rest or pain medication, the important thing is to seek help before the pain worsens.

Keeping you pain free and healthy

The first step is to have a consultation with one of our specialists to get the diagnosis you need for a full and fast recovery. Your Consultant will ask you about your lifestyle and medical history to determine possible causes of your pain, and you may be referred to our Diagnostic Imaging services.

We offer the following treatments to diagnose and treat neck and shoulder pain:

  • Diagnostic Imaging
    • X-Ray, CT and MRI
    • Outpatient treatments such as injections
    • Physical therapy
    • Surgery (such as Rotator Cuff Repair)

 

Prices & payment

We offer a guide price of:

Shoulder arthroscopy
£6,700
Rotator cuff surgery
£6,700
Shoulder replacement
£12,231
Read more about the self-pay process Read more about the self-pay process
You can use your private medical insurance to pay for your care as well You can use your private medical insurance to pay for your care as well

The guide price is based on the usual clinical needs of patients. For more information, please see our terms and conditions.

Consultants

Videos

Treating shoulder pain Prof Bijay Singh, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon explains the different options for treating shoulder pain
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Shoulder pain FAQs

What’s causing my shoulder pain?

There are many reasons that could be causing your shoulder pain, from broken bones or torn tendons to arthritis or tendinitis and bursitis. Your Consultant will ask you about your lifestyle and medical history to determine the possible cause, and examine the area of the shoulder that is causing you pain.

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