Shoulder Pain

Is your office giving you back pain?

About 80% of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetime. It is the most common cause of job-related disability and a leading contributor to missed work days. But what can you do about it? Here are some important signs to look out for in your workplace, plus some helpful strategies to […]

How to self-diagnose your shoulder pain

It can be helpful to narrow your shoulder pain into 5 categories Rotator cuff muscles Instability AC joint Stiffness Referred pain Rotator cuff muscles function to stabilise the shoulder joint while it is moving; which is a very complex task given the large amount of movement available at this joint.  Acute injuries include muscle strains […]

The Throwing Shoulder

Throwing puts enormously high stress on the shoulder at high velocities. In fact, rotation during throwing, or more specifically pitching, is the fastest human movement recorded. Sports that involve repetitive amounts of throwing, often have high shoulder injury rates. One study in baseball reported that 28% of all injuries in professional pitchers were shoulder related. […]

Bursitis Of The Shoulder- What Should I Do?

‘I have had an ultrasound and been diagnosed with bursitis of the shoulder.  I have rested it for six weeks and taken anti-inflammatory medication but I still get pain with movement.’ This is a common statement we hear with shoulders in the clinic and unfortunately it’s due to misinformation. The bursae are fluid filled sacks […]

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