Shoulder Dislocations

Common Injuries we see

The shoulder is the most mobile and likely joint to pop out of its socket

There are many causes for shoulder dislocations is overhead collisions with work or sports, rotator cuff strain or injury, or even falls onto the hands.

Symptoms people often describe can range from difficulty sleeping on the side, feeling of weakness and soreness around the neck and shoulder, and sometimes a pinching pain when lifting the arm overhead.

Recent research suggests physiotherapy may be more effective than surgery when treating and preventing another shoulder dislocation.

How can Functional Physio SA help?

Physios are experts with pain and function, so whether it’s a major injury, or assistance to improve performance there is always a reason to see a physio.

Our highly experienced physios use a wide range of treatment approaches based on extensive qualifications and further training.

After visiting Functional Physio SA you should have a clear diagnosis and understanding of what is going, and a treatment plan detailing how you will get better including how long it will take to heal, how often you will need to see the physio, what treatments we will provide in your program, and what exercises you need to do to get back to doing the things you love.

Want to know if Functional Physio SA can help with your shoulder dislocations?

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