Dr Graze has a special interest in surgery of the shoulder and has completed a fellowship in shoulder surgery in Canada. He performs a wide range of procedures, including fracture fixations, shoulder replacements, and arthroscopic procedures (acromioplasty, rotator cuff repairs, stabilisations, etc).

Below is a table of diagnoses and potential treatments or surgeries that may be appropriate.  Click on the blue text in the table below to find out more about each

Information About Your Diagnosis

Potential Surgery Options


Bursitis / Rotator Cuff Tendinitis / Impingement



Frozen Shoulder

Bicep Tendinitis


SLAP Lesion

Shoulder Arthroscopy Treatment

Arthroscopic Acromioplasty

Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression

Ultrasound Guided Cortisone Injection – Non-Surgical

Shoulder Arthroscopy

Biceps Tenodesis – Arthrex Button

BicepTenodesis – Loop N Tack

Shoulder Arthroscopy

Rotator Cuff Tears Rotator Cuff Repair Surgical Treatment Options

Dr Graze’s preferred Rotator Cuff Repair technique

Ultrasound Guided Cortisone Injection – Non-Surgical

Gleno-humeral Arthritis Shoulder Joint Replacement

Mathys Total Shoulder Replacement

Mathys Affinis Inverse Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement 

Shoulder Dislocation

Labral Tear

Chronic Shoulder Instability

SLAP Lesion

Hills Sachs / Bankart Lesion


Anterior Stabilisation of the Shoulder

Latarjet Procedure

Shoulder Arthroscopy



Dr Graze also has training in trauma surgery and can assist you in treatment and recovery from injuries of the shoulder girdle and arm including fractures, dislocations, tendon tears and ruptures.

He has a special interest in trauma surgery of the following conditions:


Information About Your Diagnosis

Potential Surgery Options


Acrominoclavicular (AC) Joint Sprain / Dislocation


AC Joint Repair


Proximal Humerus Fracture


Proximal Humerus Fracture Repair
Clavicle Fracture  

Dr Graze’s first preference is treatment with Intramedullary screws with plates and screws as a backup option.