Shoulder and elbow surgery

Our Shoulder and Elbow Units bring together some of the most experienced, leading consultant surgeons in the UK, offering you the very best care. With advanced diagnostic equipment on-site and specialist consultant radiologists, we can provide a rapid diagnosis so that you can get better quickly.

The aim is to return you to full mobility so you can enjoy life to its maximum. Whether you are an elite athlete or simply wish to return to gardening, tennis or playing with your grandchildren, we have a solution for you.

Centre of excellence for shoulder and elbow surgery

Our Shoulder and Elbow Units at Circle Bath, Circle Reading and Circle Nottingham provide simple procedures, such as arthroscopic subacromial decompression, to more complex surgery, such as shoulder replacement.

Immediate access

You can book your private appointment direct with the consultant’s secretary and we will contact your GP for a referral. Or complete an enquiry form, and a member of our team will contact you.

Advanced diagnostics

With some of the most advanced diagnostic equipment and a specialist consultant radiologist on-site we can provide a rapid diagnosis service for private patients.

Advanced diagnostics reduces injury risk and provides the basis for optimum recovery.

At Circle Bath, the sports medicine doctor is the Area Medical Officer for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, match day doctor for the Olympic stadium in London and Lead Practitioner for Sports Medicine at Bath Rugby. Sports science is essential in the screening, assessment, treatment, management and prevention of injuries.

Latest surgical techniques

Our shoulder and elbow specialists use innovative surgical techniques for the management of these injuries and also work with experienced sports medicine consultants.

"My movement and strength came back far more quickly than I expected. The operation has made a massive difference to my life. Within three months, I have been able to work again as a tennis coach and I am now back to normal." - June Keen, Circle Bath patient