Shoulder impingement syndrome

Shoulder impingement syndrome is a combination of pain and weakness when you raise your arm due to the muscle tendon being trapped in the space and repeatedly rubs against the bone in your shoulder joint which then results in inflammation.

Symptoms:

  • Difficulty and pain when reaching up behind back or overhead or simply trying to bring your shoulder outwards from your body or pouring away a cup of water.
  • Weakness in the shoulder muscles

Shoulder conditions can be very tricky to diagnose and manage as it is an extremely mobile joint. However the above conditions respond very well and we have had good clinical outcomes with our methods of treatment.

Treatments available:

  • Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy
  • Soft tissue massage and trigger point release
  • Joint mobilisation
  • Stretching and strengthening exercises
  • Taping to rest stressed muscles or assist shoulder movements
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