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Rotator cuff injury/tear

The rotator cuff is composed of 4 incredibly important muscles that provide stability to your shoulder. These muscles can become injured in a variety of ways from traumatic injuries, repetitive actions or sustained postures. Rotator cuff conditions can be truly debilitating. Our physios can accurately diagnose rotator cuff problems (using ultrasound scanning if necessary) and commence timely and effective treatment.

Best Exercises for Subacromial Pain Syndrome

As mentioned in our previous blog treatment for Subacromial Pain Syndrome (SAPS) can be multi-faceted. However, the most important intervention...

Jon Grayson

What is subacromial pain syndrome (SAPS)?

As physiotherapists we see a lot of shoulder problems in clinic and, of these, there is one condition that is...

Paul Hattam

Best Treatment for Subacromial Pain Syndrome

Subacromial pain syndrome (SAPS) (also known as rotator cuff related pain, shoulder impingement, sub-acromial bursitis and rotator cuff tendinopathy) is...

Paul Hattam

What type of scan do I need?

Do you need a scan at all? The musculoskeletal system is made up of many types of tissue like bone,...

Paul Hattam

Injections For Shoulder Pain

Why is shoulder pain so common? Shoulder complaints are a very common complaint with a lifetime prevalence of up to 70%....

Paul Hattam