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Physiotherapy for Shoulder Pain- Waterloo


Sudden Onset Shoulder Pain Diagnosis- Part 4 Shoulder Injuries-Less Common Injuries 7 Biceps Rupture Complete tearing of one or more tendons or muscle bellies of the biceps muscle typically due to heavy lifting (particularly overhead). Associated with pain in the front of the shoulder, upper arm or elbow and often a snapping or tearing sensation […]

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Shoulder Pain- Physiotherapy Massage Therapy Kitchener- Waterloo


Sudden Onset Shoulder Pain Diagnosis Shoulder Injuries 3 Dislocated Shoulder Tearing of connective tissue surrounding the shoulder joint with subsequent displacement and separation of the bones forming the joint so they are no longer situated next to each other (i.e. the upper arm bone comes out of the socket). Typically occurs as a result of […]

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Sudden Onset Shoulder Pain Diagnosis- Physiotherapy Kitchener Waterloo Common Injuries


Sudden Onset Shoulder Pain Diagnosis- Physiotherapy Kitchener Waterloo Common Injuries Rotator Cuff Tear Tearing of one or more rotator cuff muscles or their respective tendons (figure 1), typically following a lifting, pushing or pulling activity or a sudden movement (often with the arm in elevation or overhead). Associated with pain in the shoulder that may […]

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Shoulder Pain- Physiotherapy Kitchener Waterloo


Shoulder Pain Diagnosis Guide Optimal shoulder function is essential to minimise the likelihood of injury during everyday use of the arm and for those involved in sports using the upper body such as racquet sports or the throwing athlete. Patients suffering from shoulder pain are often seen in physiotherapy practice. Pain may be caused by […]

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Physical Therapy for Shoulder Pain- Part 1


Written or reviewed by a board-certified physician. See About.com’s Medical Review Board. The shoulder is a complex ball and socket joint that is made up of the humerus (arm bone), the scapula (shoulder blade) and the clavicle (collar bone). There are many ligaments that help support the shoulder, and many muscular attachments help move the […]

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Adhesive Capsulitis


Adhesive Capsulitis June 21, 2011 Adhesive capsulitis is a common cause of shoulder pain and loss of motion less commonly seen in athletes compared to the overall population. It can either be a primary problem, where there is no underlying structural damage causing the loss of motion, or it can be secondary to an injury […]

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