Shoulder pain

Common symptoms of shoulder injuries are pain, tension and stiffness for which osteopathic treatment can be very helpful in most cases. Frequent causes of shoulder pain are linked to desk based work and long hours in front of a computer as well as bad poor posture such as slouching and allowing your head to poke forwards. Other common causes include jobs that involve raising the hands above the level of the shoulder such as tennis, swimming and those that involve throwing such as javelin.

How shoulder pain and injuries are treated at The Burton Clinic

Assessment of shoulder injuries involves evaluation of the muscles, joints and nerves of the shoulder and shoulder blade, the neck and back. I am certified in the Niel-Asher Technique for Frozen Shoulder which is also effective for other shoulder conditions such as rotator cuff injuries, athritis, biceps tendinopathy, calcific tendonitis, bursitus, dislocation, impingement, Complex Regional pain Syndrome (CRPS 1) and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD).