A sub-acromial decompression is a surgical procedure on the shoulder that is used to treat a condition called shoulder impingement. The surgery increases the space between the rotator cuff tendons and the acromion.
Shoulder pain is often due to rotator cuff impingement where the tendon (rotator cuff) is “pinched” by excess bone and decompression aims to remove the excess bone to decompress the tendon.
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Private Arthroscopic Sub-Acromial Decompression treatment prices.
|Option||In London||Outside London||Under 16's|
|Sub-acromial decompression including excision of distal clavicle||£4750.00||n/a||n/a|
|Sub-acromial decompression including rotator cuff repair and excision of distal clavicle||£5870.00||n/a||n/a|
At HCA Healthcare UK we recognise the importance of giving our patients peace of mind and that is why our guaranteed fixed prices are fully inclusive with no hidden extras.
All treatments are subject to an eligibility criteria and terms and conditions.
HCA Healthcare UK hospitals offering Shoulder, Wrist & Hand treatments
See below for the HCA hospitals that offer private Arthroscopic Sub-Acromial Decompression treatment.
Consultants offering Shoulder, Wrist & Hand treatments
Some of the country's top consultants choose to practice in our World-Class Private Hospitals and private units. See below for the consultants available for this procedure.
Private Shoulder, Wrist & Hand treatments at HCA Healthcare UK.
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