Response Physio | 15.02.22
The shoulder complex is structured to offer a wide range of motion and stability. It is made up of several bones, joints, ligaments and muscles. If any of these elements become swollen, weak or damaged, is it likely that you will experience acute to chronic shoulder pain.
In this workshop, Matt Taylor discusses common causes of shoulder pain, the risks of developing shoulder pain, as well as how we ‘Physios’ evaluate and treat patients with these conditions.
Matt offers tips to help you understand shoulder pain and provides you with exercises you can do to relieve shoulder pain and tightness.
You can now book an appointment with a shoulder pain specialist online or call 0330 024 1377.
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