What Is Shoulder Pain?
Shoulder pain usually occurs when you are moving your shoulder, or it can be constant and unaffected by movement.
What Causes Shoulder Pain?
Depending on the cause of your shoulder pain, it can be accompanied by restricted shoulder movement and weakness in the shoulder muscles. It can be caused by rotator cuff tendonitis, rotator cuff tear, sprain or strain in the shoulder, frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) or impingement syndrome in which the tendons of your shoulder become trapped during movement.
Of course there are many other causes of shoulder pain, and to best determine why you are experiencing pain in your shoulder, it is best to come in and see us for a new client initial consultation to assess your physiotherapy needs.
How Can My Therapist Group Treat My Shoulder Pain?
What kind of physiotherapy you will need for your shoulder depends on what is causing your pain in the first place. We are likely to recommend stretches and exercises that will help relieve pain and inflammation. We also offer massage therapy and clinical pilates to clients who need it.
To best determine a personalized routine to treat the cause of your shoulder pain, it is best to come in and see us for a new client initial consultation to assess your physiotherapy needs.
You do not need a referral to come and see a physiotherapist at My Therapy Group. The physiotherapists at My Therapist Group are able to assess, diagnose and treat your shoulder pain and point you in the direction of an appropriate health practitioner if required.