Learn about common shoulder problems like rotator cuff injury, shoulder arthritis, frozen shoulder, shoulder impingement, shoulder and neck pain?
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Arthritis results when cartilage is worn out. Cartilage is important for pain free joint movement. Through the natural aging process cartilage can deteriorate, leading to a stiff painful shoulder.
A shoulder dislocation from an accident or sports injury can result in ongoing shoulder instability. The shoulder can persistently dislocate from the socket causing pain, uncertainty and damage to the shoulder.
Frozen shoulder – or adhesive capsulitis – is a common shoulder problem. Adhesive capsulitis means there is an inflammation (capsulitis), resulting in tissue thickening and adherence to other tissues (adhesive)
The rotator cuff is the prime mover of the shoulder, rotating the shoulder in many planes. Acute or chronic shoulder pain caused by rotator cuff tears can be resolved through integrated treatment.
Shoulder impingement is mechanical compression of the rotator cuff against the acromion bone. Shoulder impingement may occur with or without the development of a rotator cuff tear.
Shoulder Clinic SA is Adelaide’s leading provider of excellence in
care for treatment of common and complex shoulder problems.
“We understand that whether you’re a professional athlete whose career is on the line or a patient with complex shoulder issues, recovery and relief are the end goals. We work together with patients to achieve that.”
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