Shoulder pain or injury

At Witty, Pask and Buckingham Chartered Physiotherapists all our physiotherapists are vastly experienced in treatment shoulder pain and injury. This maybe an injury that has slowly developed or as a result of a traumatic event. We have also rehabilitated thousands of shoulders recovering from surgical procedures. Some of our specialist physiotherapists also have a wealth of knowledge dealing with peripheral nerve injuries and complex shoulder dislocations and instability.

The shoulder is one of the most complex joints in the body, which is why it can achieve such complex movement patterns and can be incredibly strong. However, this amazing range of movement sometimes comes with its problems and irregularities. There are many symptoms and conditions that affect the shoulder and I hope this page helps give you an understanding of some of the most common ones we may come across.

Remember, shoulder pain can travel or refer up towards the neck, down the shoulder blade and more frequently down the arm, often as far as the hand. This is what makes it one of the most complex areas of the body to treat.

If you would like to book an appointment with myself or one of our team then please contact our reception staff on 01604 601641 to book your appointment or book on line via the link at the top of the page.

David Bradbrook

Specialist Upper Limb and MSK Chartered Physiotherapist

Symptom finder

Trauma to the shoulder

Pain no restriction

Pain and restriction

Pain and severe restriction

Weakness with Pins and needles or neck pain

Shoulder instability, dislocation, trick movements and clicking scapular

 

We work very closely with our local and national Specialists

Specialist Shoulder and Upper Limb Surgeons

 

Shoulder Diagnosis Explained

Fracture

Impingement syndrome

Tendinitis/tendinopathy

Rotator Cuff tear

Adhesive capsulitis/Frozen shoulder

Dislocation, instability or subluxation of the Gleno-Humeral joint

Sprain or separation of the Acromio-Clavicular Joint

Calcific tendinitis

Osteoarhtritis of either the Acromio-Clavicular joint or Gleno-Humeral joint