Shoulder, Wrist & Elbow Rehabilitation

Rotator cuff and shoulder conditioning programmes are recommended for injuries to the shoulder area. These can be used to treat common injuries such as strains, ruptures & tendinopathy, shoulder impingement and instability, typically due to degenerative changes to the shoulders’ structure. Due to the structures and tissues of the kinetic chain, shoulder dysfunctions can migrate towards or stem from either the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex, knee or foot and ankle complex.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I correct a hunchback?

A hunchback is also known as kyphotic posture or rounded shoulders. Mild kyphosis can be treated with strengthening and lengthening techniques in a corrective exercise programme.

How do I relieve the pain/stress out of my shoulders?

A series of daily consistent stretches can help relieve the mild symptoms of pain in the neck and shoulders. Strengthening the scapula to help balance the shoulders by over activating muscles in the neck and shoulders will alleviate pain resulting from stiffness in this area.

Why does my arm hurt between my shoulder and elbow?

This is usually down to Tendinitis, which is an inflammation of the tendons in your shoulder or arm. Tendons are bands of tissue that connect muscles to bones. One example of tendinitis is “tennis elbow.” You could feel the pain in your shoulder, elbow, or wrist. It could be a result of an injury or – more often – overuse.

 

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