Dr Jessica Sammut
Does shoulder pain affect your life?
Shoulder pain is very common! 1 in 3 people will experience shoulder pain at some point in their life and the risk of shoulder pain increases with age.
At Whole Health Osteopathy, we regularly assess and treat shoulder pain, and are constantly shocked by how often people accept their pain as normal.
The shoulder joint is complex. Many things can cause shoulder pain. In younger people, shoulder pain is more likely to be due to an accident or injury. However, as you get older, natural wear and tear occurs in the shoulder joint and the rotator cuff tendon. Over time, this may become persistent.
How you manage shoulder pain depends on the injury or cause of the pain. Speak with the team at Whole Health Osteo about the best steps for management, ongoing exercises and lifestyle activities for your shoulder.
For more information visit: https://whatisosteo.com/body-map/shoulder-pain/