Clicking, catching or painful shoulders can interrupt your sleep or restrict your normal tasks.
Injuries to the shoulder can occur in many ways - slips and trips or heavy lifts are frequent culprits. More gradual onset of problems is also common though with conditions such as a frozen shoulder or rotator cuff tendinosis.
Our Physios are highly experienced in the accurate diagnosis and treatment of all shoulder injuries including rehabilitation following fractures.
If you are finding that your shoulder pain is impacting on your life and causing you discomfort then please get in touch with us and we will be able to discuss how we can help further.
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