Surgery iss not always the first or best treatment option. Mr Lyons may be able to suggest Non-Surgical treatment options. These may help to avoid or dlay the need for a surgical treatment.

  • AdviceAdvice

    Mr Lyons may be able to counsel or advise you about some common seense measures short of active tretment options. Some of his patients may benefit simply from the reassurance that a surgery is not necessary.

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  • Rest / SlingShoulder

    The importance of Rest is often underestimated as a shoulder treatment option. This may range from use of a Sling through to simple avoidance of aggravating shoulder activities. Some work tasks or sporting pursuits may be modified in simple ways to fit in with your shoulder problem.

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  • MedicationsMedications

    Medication may be helpful for some shoulder conditions. They include Analgesics (pain relieving medication), Anti-Inflammatories and Antibiotics. Medication may help the recovery of a non-surgical condition. They are also of great assistance in your recovery after a surgery.

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  • Physiotherapy Physiotherapy

    Physiotherapy may be helpful for a number of shoulder problems especially when there is shoulder stiffness or muscular weakness. It also has an important role in your recovery after surgery.

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  • Cortisone injections Cortisone injections

    Cortisone Injections may be helpful for some shoulder conditions. Cortisone is a preparation that reduces inflammation and swelling in tissues such as rotator cuff tendons. However unlike anti-inflammatory medication it can be placed directly at the site of the problem. The response to a Cortisone Injection may also help confirm the diagnosis.

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  • HydrodilatationHydrodilatation

    Hydrodilatation is an injection treatment performed by the Radiologist. It may be helpful for some patients diagnosed with a Frozen Shoulder. The medical name for this condition is Adhesive Capsulitis. The treatment involves an injection of Cortisone, Local Anaesthetic and a Saline injection in to the shoulder.

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