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Balmoral Physio is now part of the Response Physio & Sports Therapy group

“Aaah, no aches and pains, splendid”…said no-one ever.

We sometimes take it for granted when we don’t have any aches or pains – then comes along a paper cut, and suddenly we regret not appreciating life before this! Shoulder pain is no exception to this rule, particularly given how crucial these joints are in helping us to function with our normal daily tasks. So when something goes wrong in that region, it can pain us in more ways than one.

Have you ever gone to lift something before yelping out in pain at your shoulder?

Or had to brace your fall in an untimely slip or trip, reaching out with your arm only to find the top of it now aches?

What about the times when you’ve been redecorating or moving to a new house and felt a nagging discomfort the next day that isn’t going away?

Yeah, we’ve been there (we’re not immune to injuries either sadly). Thankfully, we’ve come back from shoulder pain and injury too. And we think we can help you to do the same.

Great – how?

Over the next few weeks, this series will take a look at the wonder that is the shoulder; together we’ll explore:

  • How the shoulder works
  • Common shoulder complaints we see in our clinics
  • When to seek help for a shoulder pain issue
  • Shoulder exercises we think you might like to try
  • Ways in which you can protect yourself from shoulder injury
  • Real-life examples of the role physiotherapy can play in recovery from shoulder injuries

Keep an eye out for our first of the series posts which should feature weekly on a Monday via Facebook or Instagram.

In the meantime, should you need any advice on your shoulder pain (or any other region for that matter) and wish to have it assessed, get in touch and let us find a way to help you live your best life.

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