We all know that it’s vital to stay physically active. Exercising regularly is important for everyone – and incorporating a range of different activities into our days is a great way to improve our quality of life. However, many sporting activities can also put extra strain on our bodies – particularly if not performed correctly. […]
If you’re experiencing pain reaching your arm across your body, or when lifting your arm above head height as well as pain and tenderness at the top of your shoulder, there’s a chance you may be experiencing acromioclavicular arthritis. This form of arthritis is named for the acromioclavicular (AC) joint, which sits on the top of […]
Always enjoyable teaching the Adelaide Medical students, and have now uploaded a new presentation to the website that I hope will be of use. Click for Link
Whilst I have been undertaking Total Shoulder Replacements now since 2001 and have been using The Depuy System which has excellent results on the Australian Arthroplasty Registry, I am delighted to now be able to offer patient specific Instrumentation to enhance instrument placement and Glenoid implant placement. We believe that this is the next step […]
Have been in Perth since Tuesday attending the Shoulder and Elbow Society meeting , of which I am immediate past secretary of the society. Always a great meeting and excellent way of staying abreast of the latest developments. It is a busy program and a lot to take in but have enjoyed it immensely.
I often am asked about the technique I use to repair a rotator cuff, and how I can do it through key-holes. I am pleased to have uploaded a video of the technique which I hope you find useful I would caution – that some might not like watching this if squeamish, but really it’s […]