Shoulder Injuries 2018-10-29T04:01:20+00:00

Shoulder Injuries

• Comprehensive care for every shoulder and elbow condition
• A specialised joint needs a specialised surgeon

Dr Bernard Lee is a trained shoulder and elbow surgeon who ran the Shoulder and Elbow Service in a busy public hospital. Dr Lee has vast experience in diagnosing and managing every kind of shoulder and elbow problem – from sports injuries to fractures and degenerative problems. Be it keyhole surgery, fracture treatment or joint replacements, Dr Lee uses only the best and most up to date techniques and equipment to ensure that every patient gets the best possible outcome.

Shoulder joint replacements are commonly done for severe arthritis, complex fractures and irreparable rotator cuff tears with limited shoulder function. Dr Bernard Lee employs surgical techniques to help appropriate patients preserve the original shoulder and to avoid a shoulder replacement where possible.

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Dr Bernard Lee uses modern techniques and customised approach to managing every individual’s rotator cuff problem to get the best outcome from every shoulder problem.

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Shoulder joint problems can severely restrict how we interact with the world around us. Dr Bernard Lee is one of the few specialised shoulder surgeons in Singapore who has been trained to perform joint replacement for this essential and  complex joint. 

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Dr Bernard Lee is trained in the management of complex shoulder trauma, including fractures, dislocations and soft tissue injuries to tendons and ligaments. Using up-to-date techniques, Dr Lee can improve outcomes and prevent long-term problems after significant shoulder injuries.

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Dr Bernard Lee utilises a modern, specialised knotless repair technique to avoid prominent knots from traditional repairs which may cause accidental long-term damage to the shoulder cartilage.

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Dr Bernard Lee utilises modern shoulder implants and repair techniques to repair large rotator cuff tears, thus improving success rates and patient outcomes.

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Shoulder Injuries

  1. Labral injuries
    1. Labral tears
    2. Bony Bankart tears
    3. Superior labral tear
  2. Rotator cuff
    1. Tendinosis
    2. Rotator cuff tear
    3. Calcific tendinitis
  3. Other tendon/soft tissue problems
    1. Biceps tendon
    2. Pectoralis major tendon
    3. Frozen shoulder
    4. Snapping Scapula
  4. Trauma/Fractures
    1. Clavicle (collarbone) fractures
    2. Proximal humerus fractures
    3. Scapula (Shoulder blade) fractures
    4. Acromioclavicular joint dislocation
    5. Sternoclavicular joint dislocation
    6. Glenohumeral joint dislocation
  5. Osteoarthritis
  1. Instability surgery
    1. Anterior Labral repair
    2. Arthroscopic bony bankart repair
    3. Remplissage
    4. Superior labral repair
    5. Bristow-Laterjet Procedure
    6. Capsular plication
  2. Rotator Cuff Surgery
    1. Standard Rotator Cuff Repair
    2. Massive Rotator Cuff Repair
    3. Irreparable rotator cuff surgery
      1. Partial rotator cuff repair
      2. Superior capsule reconstruction
      3. Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement
  3. Other soft tissue disorders of the shoulder
    1. Biceps tenotomy/tenodesis
    2. Subacromial decompression
    3. Pectoralis Major tendon repair
    4. Suprascapular nerve release
    5. Capsular release
    6. Snapping shoulder surgery
  4. Shoulder replacement
    1. For osteoarthritis/rheumatoid arthritis
    2. For cuff tear arthropathy
    3. For complex trauma
  5. Trauma/fractures
    1. Clavicle (collarbone) fracture/non-union fixation
    2. Proximal humerus fracture
      1. Surgical fixation or
      2. Joint replacement
    3. Acromioclavicular joint ligament repair/reconstruction
    4. Sternoclavicular joint ligament repair/reconstruction
    5. Scapula (shoulder blade) Fracture fixation

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