Shoulder Injury Physiotherapist Sydney

Shoulder PhysiotherapistHave you suffered a shoulder injury from sports or work related injury and are serious need of the best shoulder physiotherapist you can find in Sydney ?  Suffering from shoulder pain at night ? The right exercise and shoulder physio can help put an end to pain and discomfort. Here at New Age Physio, we are equipped with the latest and greatest technology for treating rotator cuff or shoulder injury in the fastest possible time to help get you back to work or playing sports as quickly as possible.

Our Sydney Shoulder physiotherapists are the best shoulder injury physio experts in the industry and one of the best physiotherapists in Sydney. Read more about our physio services. If you’ve injured your shoulder, you should not have to live with shoulder pain or worse, wait for it to heal on its own when realistically it needs treatment with the best shoulder physio in Sydney right here at New Age. Treatment for pain is carefully planned through exercises and other treatments to help restore shoulder movement. From lifting arm pain to suffering shoulder pain at night, you can put a stop to all the pain and discomfort by visiting our shoulder physiotherapists in Sydney.

How Is The Shoulder Structured ?

The shoulder is made of of three bones and can be very easily injured or damaged if loaded or used incorrectly. Shoulder pain can also be very painful as this is  a sensitive area to injury as well, and can spread pain down the arm.

What Is The Main Structure Of The Shoulder ?

  • The humerus (upper arm), scapula (shoulder blade) and clavicle (collar bone) are the three main components of the shoulder.
  • With these three components are also what is known as the rotator cuff which help secure and stabalise the shoulder joint.
  • There is also a lubricating sac which sits across the top of your shoulder called the acromion. This lubricating sac is called the bursa and assists in your shoulder tendons to move about freely while moving or rotating your shoulder. The bursa is found between the rotator cuff and scapula

Shoulder injury from sport or work related matters can seriously limit movement to your arm should you injure this area. It is a very unique musculoskeletal design as to the rest of your body which basically offers a much higer range of mobility than other joints in your body.

What Is Shoulder Impingement ?

Shoulder impingement or a shoulder pinch often takes place when in many cases the b ursa or rotator cuff becomes pinched in the space between the humerous and the acromion. This often happens when you have your arm over shoulder height and tend to rotate your arm inwards. Even if you did this now, you would find that your shoulder may feel somewhat slightly loaded up or un-natural in this movement.

Possible outcomes fro such a shoulder injury as this is inflammation of the tendon and bursa which will restrict movement and cause shoulder pain.

What Are Some Shoulder Injury Symptoms ?

  1. Pain at the front or the top of the shoulder.
  2. Pain can occasionally occur down the arm making use of the arm difficult.
  3. Pain with heavy lifting.
  4. Pain above shoulder height.
  5. Pain on the injured location of the shoulder.

What Shoulder Causes Can Lead To A Pinched Shoulder ?

  1. Shoulder Trauma
  2. Repeatedly over reaching on a constant basis
  3. Poor bio mechanics or body posture which can lead to improper use of the shoulder
  4. Thickened tendons or bony spurs causing reduced space for movement

Can Physiotherapy Help Restore Shoulder Movement ?

Yes It Can. An experienced shoulder physiotherapist has the means to be able to asses the correct course of action and exercise to help restore an injured or pinched shoulder which will put an end to the pain you may suffer during the day or night. Shoulder impingement usually responds very well to shoulder physiotherapy treatment as opposed to not be treated and neglected altogether. When you have a carefully assessed action plan for shoulder exercise and physiotherapy, you will recover in your ability to use your shoulder movement.

Tears Of The Rotator Cuff

When it comes to the rotator cuff, there are only four muscles that form together with the rotator cuff. It is typical for tears to take place along the rotator tendons or muscles which are usually cause by trauma which can results from falls or physical injury from work related matters such as lifting, pushing or pulling or, repetitive strain injury from repeated use of the tendons or muscles.

Symptoms Of Rotator Cuff Tears

  • Pain in the top of the shoulder
  • Pain in the front of the shoulder
  • Pain occasionally spreading down the arm
  • Restricted motion resulting in severe cpain
  • Difficulty with reaching forward
  • Difficulty with reaching to the sides
  • Overall, severely reduced use and mobility and arm

Most minor rotator cuff tears can be treated by an experienced shoulder physiotherapist. Major injury resulting from falls or major tears can sometimes require surgery.

 

What Is Referred Pain ?

This is pain that can often arise from your back or neck area. In most cases pain usually results around the rear of your shoulder or top areas of your arms. This referred pain can also reach down your arms into your forearm and sometimes even your wrists or hands. Usual symptoms from this can also be numbness or sometimes pins and needles. A highly qualified shoulder physiotherapist has the knowledge and skill set to formulate a carefully structured plan to help eliminate shoulder pain and discomfort from trauma or repeated strain injury.

If you are suffering shoulder pain at night, the right treatmen t can make all the difference in restoring shoulder movement and ridding paint and the right shoulder physiotherapist can help make all this happen