Shoulder Replacement

Shoulder Replacement Surgery is available to patients who have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis or other chronic degenerative changes of the shoulder. Chronic pain or reduced function of the shoulder can occur after acute or chronic injuries have damaged the shoulder joint or surrounding tendons and ligaments.

Shoulder replacement is available when the shoulder joint is stiff, painful, or damaged, usually a result of arthritis, and when conservative measures – pain medication, injections, and physical therapy are no longer effective in managing symptoms.

Shoulder Replacement Surgery With Clearpoint Health

Patients from across Canada and all over the world choose Clearpoint Health’s private medical clinics for Shoulder Replacement surgery. Our orthopedic surgeons have years of experience and excellence in performance and outcomes with this procedure.

We are committed to helping you regain full motion in your extremity so that you can go back to your daily activities. We strive to provide exceptional pre and post-operative care. Combined with our patient centred philosophy, we aim to provide all our patients with a compassionate, caring, and rewarding experience. Canadians have access to private healthcare in Canada with Clearpoint Health. We’re a network of private medical clinics across Canada, with accredited centres in Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg, and Calgary.

#103 – 20 Wynford Drive
Toronto, Ontario M3C 1J4

What to Expect with Shoulder Replacement Surgery

Shoulder Replacement surgery at our private centres in Canada involves removing damaged portions of the shoulder and replacing the bony surfaces with man-made prosthetic implants. The surgery repositions the shoulder into proper alignment and replicates the original function, allowing for a near normal range of motion for the patient.

Our surgeon will be able to discuss the recommended technique and prosthetic to suit your needs. During a consultation, we will review the procedure including the risks, benefits, recovery, and life after the procedure. It is important to remember that Shoulder Replacement is still major surgery. Please keep in mind that setbacks and complications can still happen and there is always going to be post-operative pain and swelling. It is important to remember that everyone reacts differently to surgery and anaesthetic, but in our experience, the techniques and protocols used by our surgeons and anaesthetists allows for faster rehabilitation to get you back to your old self.

Next steps: Book your consultation today

If you are ready to discuss your Shoulder Replacement surgery needs with our orthopedic surgeons, contact us to learn more and request a consultation today. Please note that we will require your x-ray and/or MRI images along with some basic medical history in order to appropriately prepare for your consultation. Consultation can take place via telephone or video conference.