Suffering with Shoulder Pain?
There are numerous reasons for shoulder pain, but they usually fall into two categories. Either the shoulder becomes very stiff and painful to move or the shoulder has a catching pain on certain movements. Sometimes there is a mixture of the two. After gaining a diagnosis it is often found there is an imbalance of tight muscles and weak muscles around the neck, shoulder, shoulder blade and back.
How we can help
Treatment will consist of correcting these imbalances with massage and exercises and sometimes manipulation to the shoulder joint and to the spine. When pain free motion is achieved, it is then important to strengthen the shoulder back up to its original power.
Most shoulder problems can be treated with physiotherapy for those few that can’t we refer onto an Orthopaedic Consultant who specialises in shoulders.