The shoulder connects the upper limb to our body. It is responsible for the strength, stability and optimal movement of our arms. Due to the large amount of movement that the shoulder provides, it is one of the most commonly injured joints.
Shoulder pain can happen to anyone; however it is more common in:
At Body Sense Physiotherapy we see a range of shoulder pain problems and they generally falls into one of the following categories:
What symptoms are associated with these conditions?
What do I do if I have any of these symptoms?
How can physiotherapy help you?
By providing you with an early assessment and treatment of your shoulder pain to ensure a timely and optimal recovery.
While each person and condition are different, physiotherapy is important to guide the best process of healing and get you back to what you want to do as soon as possible.
If you have recently had an acute injury to your shoulder, your Body Sense physiotherapist will assess to determine if you need any further investigations or medical help.
Physiotherapy advice can guide you how to manage your symptoms and help settle your shoulder pain. This will assist you with a timely recovery.
If your shoulder pain is persistent, your Body Sense physiotherapist will address all the contributing factors and tailor a plan to help you manage your pain and return to your much loved activities.
Your treatment is individualized and tailored to your goals. Depending on your problem treatment can include :
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At Body Sense Physiotherapy, we offer supervised exercise classes in the morning and evening. We cater to all fitness and strength levels. We show you how to exercise safely, strengthen your body and regain your confidence in using your shoulder. This approach allows you to have control in managing your pain and recovery, and also helps you to prevent flare-ups. Regaining strength and fitness will help you manage the physical demands of your job or to be physically fit for your favourite sport.
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