Suffering from Shoulder pain?

Our expert physio can treat common conditions such as frozen shoulder and rotator cuff injuries

What are the common symptoms of shoulder pain?

The shoulder is a joint is vulnerable to injury and is prone to excessive wear and tears due to its range of movement. If you experience any of the following symptoms, please get in touch.

Pain on the outside of the arm at the top, pain in the front of the joint, loss of range of movement in any direction or pins and needles in any part of the arm.

What treatments are best for
shoulder pain?

Our physiotherapists will work with you to help improve your symptoms and get your shoulder moving. Treatment will depend on whether your problem is a short–term or long-standing condition and may consist of exercises, advice on improving shoulder neck and spine posture, taping, massage and manipulation.

Physiotherapy

Virtual Physiotherapy

Sports Massage

Sports Injury & Sports Movement Analysis

Biomechanics

Acupuncture & Dry Needling

Reflexology

Hydrotherapy

What causes shoulder pain?

Several factors and conditions can contribute to shoulder pain. The most common cause is rotator cuff tendinitis (swollen tendons) and impingement syndrome, where the rotator cuff gets caught between the acromion and humeral head.

Shoulder pain can also result from injury to another part of the body, such as the neck or arm is known as referred pain. Referred pain doesn’t get any worse when you move your shoulder.

Other causes of shoulder pain include arthritis, torn cartilage, torn rotator cuff, bone spurs, pinched nerve, broken shoulder or arm, frozen or dislocated shoulder or injury due to overuse or repetition.

How can physiotherapy help shoulder pain?

Your physiotherapist will combine their in-depth knowledge of the body and how it works with specialised hands-on clinical skills. Depending on your condition, the root cause of the pain along with your symptoms and goals, your physiotherapist will devise a personalised treatment plan to help relieve shoulder pain and prevent reoccurrence… 

You can be referred to us by your GP or you can arrange an appointment directly, Please call 0330 024 1377 if you’d like to speak to a member of the customer support team

Clinic Location:

Treatments for shoulder pain are available at all Response Physio clinics.

Video exercises for shoulder pain

WHY CHOOSE RESPONSE PHYSIO & SPORTS THERAPY
for Shoulder Pain?

We are one of the UK’s leading providers of musculoskeletal (MSK) physiotherapy in the leisure, NHS, and corporate wellbeing markets.

Response physio & Sports Therapy delivers high-quality physiotherapy to patients across the UK. With a network of clinics, a team of qualified physiotherapists, we can offer a choice of clinics near you and personalised treatment plans to get you feeling better faster.

We offer flexible opening hours to suit busy lifestyles including early and late appointments, Saturday clinics, and remote clinics. There are no waiting lists and appointments are often available within 24 hours.

We accept NHS referrals, self-pay, and all major private health insurers, including AXA, BUPA, and Medico-legal.

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