The shoulder is one of the most complex joints in the human body. It’s also a very mobile joint, allowing you to undertake a wide variety of activities from washing your hair and brushing your teeth to playing racquet sports.

Unfortunately, this wide range of motion means that the shoulder is more susceptible to injury. A fibrous sleeve known as the capsule, which also produces synovial fluid that nourishes the cartilage in the joint and provides lubrication, holds it together. You can move your shoulder mainly through the rotator cuff muscles, which are made up of four muscles around the shoulder.


Whether you have injured your shoulder while playing sport, during an accident or just feel that something is not quite right, Mr Cheng will take the time to fully assess your situation and symptoms. If further investigations are needed this will all be taken care of and all possible treatment options will be discussed.

If you are experiencing shoulder problems, get in touch with us now and let Shoulder and Upper provide expert treatment and get you back on the road to recovery.

A wide variety of conditions cause shoulder pain, and Mr Kenneth Cheng treats many common conditions including:

  • Acromioclavicular joint (AC joint) injuries
  • Calcific tendonitis
  • Fractures of the shoulder
  • Fractures of the collarbone
  • Frozen shoulder treated with keyhole surgery
  • Instability following shoulder dislocation or injury
  • Rotator cuff problems of the shoulder
  • Shoulder impingement
  • Shoulder replacement for arthritis of the shoulder

Acomioclavicular Joint

(AC joint) Injuries

Frozen Shoulder

(Adhesive Capsulitis)

Shoulder Dislocation

and Instability

Rotator Cuff

Problems of the shoulder

Shoulder Replacement


Calcific Tendonitis

(shoulder tendons)

Fractures of the shoulder

Proximal humerus & scapula

Shoulder Impingement

(Rotator Cuff)