Shoulder Post-operative Care

Best care, advice and support post surgery

Control of the shoulder joint is incredibly complex.  Our upright posture means that we need a stable spine and paraspinal muscles from which the shoulder blade is slung on the chest wall.  The shoulder joint itself is a ball and socket joint which again is under separate muscle control with a very small shallow socket and a large ball.  This joint has more range of motion than any other joint in the body.  Problems can arise from a break in control at any level.  Differentiating issues with joint stiffness, joint ‘looseness’, core strength, scapular stability and function of the rotator cuff etc is challenging.

Specifically trained shoulder physiotherapists are expert at assessing, treating and educating individuals with shoulder problems.  Please speak to one of our team regarding Shoulder Physiotherapists that they recommend.

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18 Lambton Rd, Broadmeadow NSW 2292

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