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Common Conditions

The Shoulder is compromised of the Humerus, the Scapula and Clavicle and can present with many injuries that may occur from trauma or from overuse and can be contributed to imbalances in the shoulder complex that consists of 20 muscles all acting on it. Poor movement patterns, reduced muscular strength/endurance, poor stability or a lack of mobility can all contribute. To be able to ascertain accurately the most suitable way forward we use conventional methods and digital technology in our assessment to determine not just your diagnosis but other contributing factors. There are many Shoulder injuries and here are just some of the most common conditions listed below that we see. 

  • Rotator Cuff Tear

  • Subacromial Impingement

  • Bursitis

  • Frozen Shoulder/Adhesive Capsulitis

  • Shoulder Instability

  • SLAP lesion repairs

  • Bicep Tendinitis

  • ACJ Dislocations

  • ACJ Arthritis

  • Subacromial Decompression

  • ACJ Stabilisation

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Shoulder Assessment

During a visit to a Shoulder Specialist Physio, your Shoulder assessment will incur a highly skilled examination and then treatment by using the most current evidence to date. Your specific injury will dictate what your Shoulder assessment will be as no two Shoulders and injuries are the same. We not only assess your joint and shoulder muscles but we also assess your muscle endurance and Peak force/Strength, By using motion video analysis, Muscle dynamometers and other equipment we can gather the required amount of data to then give you the correct treatment, rehabilitation, and guidelines. The Shoulder assessment will take between 30 mins to 60 Shoulder Specialist Physio will discuss the most suitable intervention and way forward.


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I saw Stuart for my Shoulder which was a rotator cuff tendon injury. I was deeply impressed at how quickly he identified the problems with my shoulder blade and the lack of mobility causing my pain. After a short period of rehabilitation and treatment, i regained normal movement and was pain-free.

Mrs S Lawrence 2019