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Shoulder Surgery

Shoulder disorder can affect the body in many ways, even the simplest day-to-day activities.
It is often associated with pain that interferes with concentration, mood and sleep. 

While there are a numerous possible causes, this condition always results in one or more of the following symptoms: pain, loss of mobility and strength.

These symptoms can appear after a trauma, an overload or even without any particular event, sometimes slowly, or rapidly. 

It is often the intensity and/or duration of symptoms that leads to seeking adequate treatment. 
The complexity of the shoulder joint will require the expertise of an orthopedic surgeon. 
Dr. Reiland will help you find the cause of the problem and jointly decide on the treatment best suited to your personal situation.

Common problems

  • Tendon injury (e.g., cuff/biceps)
  • Instability (e.g., dislocations)
  • Acromioclavicular dislocation
  • Fractures (e.g., collarbone, humeral head, humerus)
  • Tendon calcifications
  • Osteoarthritis

GO Surgical Treatments

  • Arthroscopic suture
  • Arthroscopic suture/bone block procedures
  • Stabilization under arthroscopy/open sky
  • Osteosynthesis (fixation by plates)
  • Arthroscopic evacuation
  • Prosthesis (anatomical/reversed)
Dr Youri Reiland Shoulder and elbow surgery

Orthopedic surgery and traumatology of the musculoskeletal system

Shoulder and elbow
surgery

Dr Youri Reiland

Dr. Reiland graduated in medicine from LMU Munich in 2001. Between 2001 and 2003, he worked as an assistant doctor at the Clinique Générale d’Annecy. Fellow of Dr. Laurent Lafosse and Dr. Bruno Toussaint, he learned surgical techniques there, particularly in arthroscopy and shoulder prosthetics, and had the privilege of participating in scientific publications and communications. After six month at the Etzelclinic with Dr. Jan Leuzinger, also a specialist in shoulder surgery, he spent a year at the Bogenhausen hospital in Munich with Dr. Ludwig Seebauer and then continued his internship at the Unispital Balgrist in Zurich under the aegis of Professor Christian...
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Orthopedic Clinic Geneva

Geneva Orthopedics

Orthopedic Clinic Geneva

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1224 Chêne-Bougeries - Geneva

Phone: +41 22 305 01 11
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