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Shoulder and Elbow

Shoulder and Elbow

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If you have been diagnosed with a shoulder or elbow problem, you may be referred into the multi-disciplinary service to be assessed by a member of the team. You may be seen either by an Orthopaedic Surgeon, Registrar or Specialist Physiotherapist. We cover all aspects of shoulder & elbow surgery, including primary shoulder and elbow arthroplasty, revision shoulder arthroplasty, instability (dislocations), rotator cuff problems, acromioclavicular pathology, frozen shoulders and shoulder and elbow trauma.

Who we are

Our orthopaedic surgeons are:
Mr David Bowe
Mr James Tyler
Mr Paul McCormack

Our specialist physiotherapists are:
Mrs Stacey Lalande
Ms Laura Hedley
Mr Simon Aldous

Our support staff are:
Shauna Mullan


One Stop Clinic

The One Stop Clinic is a modern patient centred take on a traditional service, offering same day consultations, scans and treatment for patients. Since October 2020 the one stop clinic has provided a more streamlined approach to patient care, offering timely interventions and saving patients multiple trips to the hospital environment.

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Soft Tissue Shoulder Injury Clinic

This clinic is run by 2 specialist upper limb physiotherapists and aims to capture patients who have experienced a recent traumatic soft tissue injury, ensuring patients have fast access to specialist clinicians. We see shoulder dislocations, suspected rotator cuff tears, acromioclavicular joint injuries, biceps tendon, pectoralis major tendon and triceps tendon ruptures, and any other shoulder girdle soft tissue injury requiring specialist input. We aim to see patients within 2 weeks of referral where they are clinically assessed and referred for further imaging or physiotherapy treatment as appropriate. Those with a significant soft tissue injury can be fast-tracked for surgery.

Acute Soft Tissue Shoulder Injury Clinic Pathway

Elective Orthopaedic Clinics

Patient Reported Outcome Measures

Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROM’s) are a tool that is increasingly used to try to improve the care of surgical patients. PROM’s are structured questionnaires that record the patients’ symptoms directly. All new patients are added to the PROM’s system and can be accessed by patients to input their information. The PROM’s system is not compulsory and patients may opt out at any point.

Visit the Airedale PROM’s portal

Alternatively use the QR code below on your smart device to access the portal.

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The system is run by Amplitude. Amplitude is the UK’s leading provider of clinical data collection software, used for Clinical & Patient Reported Outcomes, Virtual Follow Up & Triage Clinics, Chronic Illness Patient Monitoring & Patient Experience Measures.

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