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NECK AND SHOULDER PAIN
Neck and shoulder pain can cause a number of other problems, including difficulty sleeping, headaches and migraines. No one should have to deal with this kind of inconvenience and pain, and the specialists at Inner West Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre will endeavour to ease your discomfort.
CAUSES OF NECK PAIN AND SHOULDER PAIN
There are many causes of neck and shoulder pain, including disc lesions, rotator cuff injuries, muscle imbalances and muscle spasms with radiating pain to the shoulder and arm.
At Inner West Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre, we offer a variety of treatment options for these issues, including massage, electrotherapy, acupuncture, shockwave therapy and exercises and stretches.
HEADACHES & MIGRAINES
Many people needlessly suffer with headaches and more serious episodes of debilitating migraines.
Help is only a phone call away on 02 9560 1501.
A combination of soft tissue techniques, intervertebral mobilization, stretches, exercises and if need be acupuncture has helped countless number of patients over the past 30+ years.
NECK TO ARM PAIN
Cervical radiculopathy is a pinched nerve in the neck that causes pain that radiates into the shoulder and arm. This kind of pain is resolved with physical therapy and can be relieved quickly.
Stretches are critical to healing. At our physiotherapy clinic, we will teach you the proper stretching methods for your condition so that you can continue your therapy on your own at home.
Exercise is another way that will help your body heal itself. It’s a great way to improve and build up bone, joint and muscle strength and to reduce stress, anxiety and more. Exercise contributes to overall physiological well-being.
Mobilisation techniques are meant to help you regain a full range of pain-free motion in your joints. Our musculoskeletal physiotherapists will perform the techniques you need to overcome any kind of restricted movement.
Electrotherapy utilises electrical energy in order to interfere with pain signals in the brain as a method of relief during your physiotherapy treatments. Our goal is to reduce your pain as much as possible.