Department Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

Schulter- und Ellbogenchirurgie Schulthess Klinik

The specialists in the Shoulder and Elbow Surgery department treat patients of all ages with conditions of the shoulder and elbow, using both surgical and conservative methods. With around 1,700 inpatients, more than 4,800 individual operations and 14,000 consultations per year, the department is clearly highly effective.The specialists in the Shoulder and Elbow Surgery department treat patients of all ages with conditions of the shoulder and elbow, using both surgical and conservative methods. With around 1,700 inpatients, more than 4,800 individual operations and 14,000 consultations per year, the department is clearly highly effective.

Schulthess Klinik

Schulthess Klinik
Lengghalde 2
8008 Zürich
Switzerland

Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
Opening hours
Mo–Th 08.00–17.00
Fr 08.00–16.00
Sa–Su Closed

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Our Shoulder and Elbow Surgery specialists

 
Prof. Dr. med. Markus Scheibel

Prof. Dr. med. Markus Scheibel

Head of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
 
 
Dr. med. Fabrizio Moro Spezialist Schulter- und Ellbogenchirurgie

Dr. med. Fabrizio Moro

Co-Head of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
 
 
Dr. med. Michael Glanzmann

Dr. med. Michael C. Glanzmann

Senior Consultant Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
 
 
Dr. med. Hans-Kaspar Schwyzer Spezialist Schulter und Ellbogenchirurgie

Dr. med. Hans-Kaspar Schwyzer

Senior Consultant Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
 
 
Dr. med. Christian Jung Spezialist Schulter- und Ellbogenchirurgie

Dr. med. Christian Jung

Consultant Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
 
 
Florian Freislederer Spezialist Schulterchirurgie Ellbogenchirurgie

Florian Freislederer

Consultant Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
 
 
Dr. med. Christina Koller Spezialistin Hand

Dr. med. Christina Koller

Consultant Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
 
 
Dr. med. Barbara Wirth Spezialistin Schulter und Ellbogen

Dr. med. Barbara Wirth

Consultant Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
 

News

Ellbogen einer Tennisspielerin

Tennis elbow is not the same as tennis elbow

Tennis elbow is one of the most common elbow conditions and is usually caused by overuse. Fortunately, treatment very rarely requires surgery. It is, however, a different matter if the affected tendon has torn and is causing chronic tennis elbow symptoms. In these cases, which tend to be rare, tendon reconstruction may provide long-awaited relief.

 

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