Calcific tendinitis – our treatment

Do you have ongoing or recurring pain in your shoulder? Calcific deposits can be the cause of this. If you feel limited mobility or pain throughout your daily routine, you should seek a specialist as soon as possible. The earlier you see an expert, the more easily your calcific tendinitis can be treated using conservative methods, such as shock wave therapy or certain exercises. Even proper nutrition can encourage successful treatment. The duration and nature of the treatment for your calcific tendinitis largely depends on the stage, form and size of the calcific deposit and the extent of your pain. If shoulder surgery is necessary, our shoulder expert operate as arthroscopically as possible on you, i.e. using what is known as the keyhole technique. This requires only a few small skin incisions and enables you to heal quickly.

Whether conservative therapy or surgery is suggested to treat your calcific deposit - our shoulder specialists will have a special consultation with you to advise you and recommend an individual treatment for your calcific tendinitis.

Conservative treatment methods

Surgical treatment methods

General information about Calcific tendinitis

Calcification of the shoulder can lead to sudden, severe pain. Read more about the causes, symptoms and diagnosis of calcific tendinitis.