Shoulder Pain

 Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can come from a number of sources, include trauma by way of fracture, tendon rupture, dislocation, muscular tear.

However the most common types are from chronic problems. These are where the patient complains of difficulty sleeping at night on their shoulder, they mention waking up suddenly or having difficulty stretching out to pick up an object.

For chronic or acute pain the clinic staff work hard with the patient to improving their quality of life

For chronic or acute pain the clinic staff work hard with the patient to improving their quality of life

The symptoms associated with this type of shoulder pain include shooting, sharp, burning, throbbing, or stabbing pains that can be either intermittent or constant.

You may also get referral (pain which travels further from source) pain to the arm or back, it may also move to the neck. You may also in some conditions feel numbness in your fingers, pins and needles, tingling or weakness in your arm.

Some of the conditions include shoulder impingement syndrome this is where the tissues surrounding the course of a nerve or group of nerves can compress the same nerves leading to symptoms mentioned above.

Additional conditions treated at our clinic:

  • Bursitis
  • Tendinitis
  • Capsular sprain

If you suffer from a limited or restriction of movement of the shoulder; this can be a symptom of a condition called frozen shoulder. This is where the capsule of the glen-humeral joint shrinks. It is important to see your Osteopathy to have this assessed so as to improve the range of movement of the shoulder through Osteopathic treatment techniques.

Treatment

The use of Osteopathic techniques to treat a number of conditions has been seen to be be clinically beneficial to patients suffering from some of the conditions mentioned above.

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