Welcome! Your MCD is booked for Toronto, Canada. Read on for information to help you to arrange your trip and prepare yourself for the procedure.
Clinic Hours and Address:
Mon-Fri 10:00-7pm (E.S.T.)
343 Eglinton Ave. E,
Please start following this Nutrition Plan (open pdf-file) now!
It will help to reduce inflammation in your shoulder.
Please read this Post-op booklet (open pdf-file, last upload July, 2017).
These exercises are very important. In the first 24 hours you need to do these every hour, even waking up during night for best results.
Please take your x-rays (neck and shoulder) with you on disk or flash drive (or the originals on film).
Originals (digital or on film) allow us to see more details. If you have MRIs, you can take these with you too.
If some x-rays are missing, let us know in advance what x-rays are missing so we can prepare the referral note for our x-ray clinic.
Consider having someone here with you.
It is highly recommended that you have someone with you–especially for the first night after the procedure. They can also support you during the procedure. Most importantly after the procedure, it is helpful to have someone who can assist you with the exercises and provide moral support.
Please watch this video and learn how to breathe and move during the procedure.
Breathing correctly during the procedure and while doing the exercises is very helpful.
Wear comfortable clothes for the procedure (no shoes). Dr Austin Oolo needs to have access to your shoulder and neck.
For women we suggest you wear either a sports bra or a sleeveless top (tank-top, strap-top etc) – for your own comfort.
See the video on our Facebook page.
The official language of communication with Dr. Austin Oolo is English.
Please read the Frozen Shoulder Frequently Asked Questions
We only accept VISA, Mastercard, debit, and cash:
* A 4% transaction fee will be charged with credit cards
We don’t accept AMEX