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|Broken Collar Bone
| Rotator Cuff Calcific Tendonitis
|Rotator Cuff Injury
(Shoulder Impingement Syndrome)
(AC Joint Sprain)
(Acromioclavicluar Joint Sprain)
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Jo Gibson is an expert in shoulder rehabilitation. Read this if you have a shoulder injury!
Injury expert Marc Bernier explains how to strengthen the Rotator Cuff muscles of the shoulder.
Nicola Maffulli, a Professor of Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery, explains treatment for Tendinopathies.
Read our guide to the prevention and treatment of Dislocated Shoulder injuries.
We explain this common shoulder injury, also known as Shoulder Tendonitis.
Frozen shoulder is a common cause of shoulder pain in people aged between 40 and 60.
Frozen shoulder, shoulder tendonitis, dislocated shoulder and a broken collar bone are extremely common shoulder injuries. Shoulder injury symptoms typically include shoulder pain, shoulder weakness, a stiff shoulder and shoulder joint instability. Shoulder pain and shoulder injuries frequently occur due to trauma or sporting overuse. Physiotherapy treatment and advice can dramatically improve the treatment and prevention of shoulder pain. You can get help now in the PhysioRoom.com Injury A-Z.
Frozen Shoulder, which is medically known as ‘Adhesive Capsulitis’ is a common cause of shoulder stiffness and shoulder pain that occurs more often in older people. Early aggressive physiotherapy treatment with shoulder injection treatment has been shown to be an effective Frozen Shoulder treatment.
A lot of shoulder pain is due to overuse during sports related activities. Shoulder overuse and poor posture can result in shoulder ache, shoulder impingement syndrome, shoulder bursitis and rotator cuff tears. The physiotherapy treatment of these common shoulder problems is covered within the PhysioRoom.com Injury A-Z. Shoulder rehabilitation is also explained in the PhysioRoom.com Injury A-Z, with shoulder strengthening and rotator cuff muscle exercises suitable for a shoulder dislocation or shoulder subluxation.