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Our healthcare practitioners have many years’ experience treating Arm & Shoulder Pain with osteopathy. We offer both online telehealth and hands on treatment to help you with Arm & Shoulder Pain.

Whether a result of a general sprain, high-level sports injury or related to ongoing medical condition such as arthritis, gout or nerve damage – our osteopaths will diagnose and treat you effectively.

Shoulder Pain

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What causes Arm & Shoulder Pain?

Pain in the shoulder and arm is often due to muscle or tendon damage. It can also occur as a result of damage to the peripheral nerves in those areas or from an ongoing health condition such as Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, arthritis, frozen shoulder or repetitive strain injury.

How we treat Arm & Shoulder Pain

We aim to introduce exercise and treatment to muscles that act over and around the joint. Treatment can involve Soft tissue release, FAR, Manipulation to spinal joints and then exercise to relieve the symptoms and then further remedial exercises and treatment to resolve the problem for the long term.

Arm & Shoulder Pain specialists

Our Osteopaths are skilled in distinguishing the root causes of Arm & Shoulder Pain. We specialise in treating Arm & Shoulder Pain. If you are struggling with pain, we can help. Get in touch today.

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)

Thoracic outlet syndrome is a group of disorders that occur when blood vessels or nerves in the space between your collarbone and your first rib (thoracic outlet) are compressed. This can cause pain in your shoulders and neck, numbness or pins and needles in your fingers.

Over time using a computer, or various sports can cause the body to adopt poor postures. Using our specialised T.O.S. assessment & screening we can often pick up problems which may have been completely overlooked in previous examinations. An X-Ray or MRI may show changes if the issue is a structural problem but often these are clear or show only mild wear and tear which is normal with NO disc or Joint problems of any significance.

Functional  problems within the muscles (the muscles in front of the throat, ribs and collarbone) overlying the brachial plexus which is the nerve bundle that supplies the upper limbs, is often the problem.

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