Experiencing Shoulder Pain? Physiotherapy for Shoulder
Shoulder Pain: Reach Further Again
Are you experiencing Shoulder Pain? Physiotherapy could be the solution. Shoulder pain is one of the more common regional pain syndromes that affects around 26% of adults at any point in time. Using the same repetitive movement or manual labor may also cause shoulder pain, even athletes could over stress their shoulder muscles or joints.
Common reasons such as injuries or over usage of the cartilage are one of the few reasons why people experience shoulder pain. The shoulder has the widest range of motion and thus, is a particularly complicated joint that is more vulnerable to damage as compared to other joints. Shoulder pains are usually a symptom of something much more several that could be taking place. If you do experience shoulder pain, it is important to seek treatment or further advice from a certified doctor or physiotherapist before the issue deteriorates.
Common Conditions of Shoulder Pain
What is Shoulder Pain Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy is the treatment of injury, disease, and disorders through physical methods such as exercises, massage, and other treatments. Physiotherapy does not include any medication or surgery to help alleviate patient issues but is able to refer you to a specialist if necessary.
A physiotherapist is able to alleviate these pains through a plethora of treatment techniques to restore, maintain, and help prevent impediments towards the patient’s mobility, function, and well-being.
How can Physiotherapy help with Shoulder Pain
Having shoulder pain that lasts for more than a few weeks can be a hindrance to your daily activity. Some activities such as wearing a t-shirt can be a daily pain. Apart from the physical toll on your body, living in constant pain can also impact your mental wellbeing negatively. A physiotherapist will be able to accurately diagnose the root cause of your shoulder pain, relieve the immediate issues and come up with a treatment plan to ensure that the pain does not recur. This will ensure that you will be able to get back to normal functioning levels as quickly as possible.
Why Choose Us?
Established in 2003, we are the largest private physiotherapy group in Singapore. At Core Concepts, our team of multi-specialty physiotherapists together with sports massage therapists, functional trainers and pilates instructors work together to provide a holistic rehabilitation journey for our clients.
We’re firm believers in ‘The Thinking Physiotherapist’. Our first step, in any case, is to determine the cause of the problem and unlock and resolve the multiple layers of pain you feel. Instead of simply temporarily relieving your pain symptoms, we aim to fix the underlying cause. From there, we work to ensure that your pain doesn’t return by making sure that your body is better, stronger and more functional to prevent a recurrence of your problem.
At Core Concepts, we’re committed to helping you Get Better and Stay Better.
Fantastic place - Yee Lin who minds the front desk is friendly and jovial, exuding warmth when you step into the clinic! Sylvia is very motherly she “scolds/nags” cause she really cares about you, she explains conditions meticulously, providing you concrete exercises to minimise future reoccurrence and wants you to get well. Grace is gentle, thoughtful takes time to go through my issues, finding the cause and resolving it. Jonathan is very patient in guiding me through the workout plans which did wonders to my shoulders and back. After a few sessions I don’t feel so much pain as I did before am half way through to recovery. Am very impressed with all the therapists professionalism, thorough in diagnosing, recommending the right exercises to fix the issue. I highly recommend them.
What to expect during your first physiotherapy appointment
During your first session, your physiotherapist will find out more about your shoulder and perform an assessment to accurately diagnose the cause of your shoulder pain. After determining the cause of your shoulder pain, your physiotherapist will help to relieve the pain and come up with a treatment plan that best suits your lifestyle and treatment goals. Our objective is to resolve the root cause of your pain so as to prevent a recurrence of the problem.
You do not require a doctor’s referral to make an appointment with us. No x-rays are required as well, but if you have had one done – feel free to bring them along for your appointment. We provide a comfortable change of clothes at our clinics as well for those of you who may be coming from work.
Your first session will be 45 minutes long, subsequent sessions will be 30 minutes long. The number of sessions required depends on your condition and treatment goals which would be discussed with your physiotherapist during your initial consultation. Each session is $135 (before GST) and you are able to claim the cost from your insurance provider if your coverage includes physiotherapy treatment. Do contact your insurance provider for further details as each individual’s coverage differs.
Stop living with shoulder pain, let us help you resolve your shoulder pain with physiotherapy today. Contact us today!
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