"Shoulder pain is usually resolved without the need for incisions and anaesthetics. This is particularly true with conditions that are not the result of an accident. If the pain continues for several weeks you should see a doctor."

Prof. Dr. med.

Ernst Wiedemann

Specialist in Surgery and Trauma Surgery


  • Arthroscopic shoulder operations
  • Shoulder surgery
  • Elbow surgery
  • Shoulder joint replacement surgery

Interventions per year


"The best decision I could have made".

Anna L.

Curriculum vitae

1975 - 1982
  • Medical degree at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
  • 1982
  • License to practice medicine
  • 1992
  • Assistant at the surgical clinic and outpatient clinic, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
  • 1992
  • Scientific assistant to Prof. Dr. M. Illert, Institute of Physiology at Munich University
  • 1998
  • Partner and Orthopedic Specialist at OCM Orthopädische Chirurgie München
  • 2003
  • Außerplanmäßige Professur für Chirurgie an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
  • 2003
  • Gesellschafter der OCM, Orthopäde im Kollegialsystem der OCM
  • Publications and lectures

    Die Humeral Suture Plate

    Wiedemann E, Zeiler C, (2006). In Lill H (Ed): Die proximale Humerusfraktur.
    Thieme Vlg. (2006) 108-113.

    Anatomie und Einteilung der Rotatorenmanschettendefekte

    Wiedemann E, Biberthaler P. und S. Hinterwimmer (2004). In:Arthroskopie 17, 17-26.

    Analyses and comparison of 2-D vs. 3-D glenoid versions in atraumatic/traumatic shoulder instability--are 3-D analyses essential?

    von Eisenhart-Rothe R, Graichen H, Mayr HO, Jäger A, Wiedemann E, Hinterwimmer S. (2009). In: Sportverletz Sportschaden. 2009 Jun;23(2):106-11. Epub 2009 Jun 8. German. PubMed PMID: 19507112.