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Upper arm and shoulder injuries

General Advice

Common upper arm and shoulder injuries include:

  • rotator cuff tear
  • shoulder impingement syndrome (where tissues get pinched or trapped)
  • adhesive capsulitis (otherwise known as frozen shoulder syndrome) where the capsule around the shoulder tightens and causes stiffness in the shoulder
  • shoulder instability which can occur after shoulder dislocation, or can be insidious
  • shoulder fractures
  • arthritis

Shoulder pain can also be referred from the neck

We've got plenty of articles worth reading. They'll go some way in helping you to self manage your injury.

If you can't fix your injury yourself, you can choose a physio, who has the specialist skills to provide you with a personalised treatment programme


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Personalised treatment

For the inclusive package of £28, you receive a personalised injury self management programme comprising exercises and expert advice from your chosen physio.

Included in this price is a follow up assessment, which you can choose to take at any time within 3 months folllowing the initial assessment.


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Specialist physios

Scot McAllister - Chartered Physiotherapist Scot McAllister Scot is currently physio for Yorkshire County Cricket club with many years experience in cricketing, sporting and in particular shoulder injuries. Read about Scot's work as physio at Yorkshire County Cricket Club

Carl Chapman - Chartered Physiotherapist Carl Chapman As head physio for Featherstone Rovers and Ireland Rugby league, Carl specialises in the treatment of knee and shoulder injuries.


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