Surgical Solutions Network
20 Wynford Dr Suite 103B
Toronto, ON M3C 1J4
Phone: (866) 857-6069
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday, Friday: 7 a.m.–5 p.m.
Patients who experience pain and weakness in their shoulder when they lift their arm above their head due to shoulder impingement may be candidates for subacromial decompression to enable the tendons in the shoulder to move more freely. At Surgical Solutions Network, we offer private subacromial decompression surgery for patients from Winnipeg, Manitoba; Calgary, Alberta; Vancouver, British Columbia; and throughout Canada who suffer from shoulder impingement. This arthroscopic surgery is designed to make more space under your acromion by removing some of the bone and tissue in the shoulder, allowing the rotator cuff and tendons to move more freely.
Why Choose Surgical Solutions Network?
Patients from across Canada and worldwide choose Surgical Solutions Network for private shoulder surgery. Our fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons are specially trained and consistently produce excellent outcomes for our patients. We strive to help you improve your range of motion and reduce shoulder pain by providing exceptional pre- and post-operative care. Combined with our patient-centred philosophy, we aim to provide all our patients with a compassionate, caring, and rewarding experience.
Values That Matter to Us and Our Patients
We are patient focused and provide effective care with human kindness.
We combine innovation with the latest technology and processes to advance surgical care in Canada and better serve patients and providers.
We are a continuously learning organization that measures, monitors, and improves every day.
We support, respect, and accept our patients, team members, and partners, while operating with honesty and integrity in providing our services.
Next Steps: Book Your Subacromial Decompression Consultation
If you are ready to discuss your shoulder surgery options with one of our surgeons, contact us using our online form to learn more and request a consultation today. Your patient care adviser will discuss your medical history, surgery preparation, and any potential risks or complications during your consultation.