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Shoulder Pain

The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. However, due to the fact It is so mobile it is vulnerable to multiple conditions which can be very debilitating. Stability within the shoulder is maintained through the surrounding structures including the joint capsule, ligaments and surrounding muscles. Any disturbance to these structures or alterations in the way the shoulder moves can cause various shoulder conditions.

These commonly include:

  • Frozen shoulder (capsulitis)
  • Impingement Syndrome (Sub-acromial)
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Instability
  • Acromioclavicular joint pain
  • Trigger point / myofascial pain
  • Referred pain form the neck or upper back

Pure Physiotherapy specialists often use the same special tests as orthopaedic consultants to diagnose your shoulder problem. An appropriate course of treatment is then decided upon with a view to correcting any abnormalities. Occasionally you may need to be referred for further investigations. This can be organized through the clinic as Pure Physiotherapy has excellent links with local orthopaedic specialist surgeons.

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