Rotator Cuff Injuries
The shoulder joint is an extremely flexible joint which allows us to move the arm in all directions. This wide range of joint movement however means the shoulder is very susceptible to injury.
The primary symptom is a sudden onset of pain in the shoulder, especially when movement is involved. If you for example have trouble lifting your arm, then your rotator cuff may be injured. You may have difficulty doing sports like swimming and basketball.
Our Physios are trained to accurately assess the shoulder and to treat your pain effectively with both hands-on techniques and a carefully designed home strengthening and stretching programme. Ultrasound, electrical stimulation, laser and heat may also be used to enhance healing and provide some pain relief.
Shoulder problems are best treated early to prevent them becoming chronic, however longstanding problems can also be treated effectively by accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Our physiotherapists are highly trained and qualified to provide expert care to our patients. They are fully insured and are chartered by the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP).
We have team of Clinical leads who visits our physios and clinics to ensure a level of customer service and quality care that exceeds our competition is given to patients every time.