Shoulder pain

Around 10% of people will experience an acute shoulder injury at some stage in their lives.

The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body and also the most unstable, making it the most dislocated joint in the body. Because of this, the shoulder relies heavily on ligaments, muscle and cartilage for support.

Our physiotherapist will complete a comprehensive assessment of your pain and symptoms, and agree the best treatment plan for you which may include soft tissue massage, taping/splinting, joint mobilisation, heat pack, ultrasound and TENS. Also you can expect education and exercises to correct posture and strengthening, flexibility and control exercises.

There is a selection of products available which may help in your ongoing rehabilitation including:

  • Theraband and Theratubing
  • Free weights
  • Foam rollers.

Find Location


1st Nov 2022

Firstly, knowing that physiotherapy can help headaches is a good start. With any headache a

Frozen shoulder
1st Apr 2022

What is frozen shoulder? Frozen shoulder is also called adhesive capsulitis. It presents as

Get Social