The shoulder is the most flexible joint in the human body, allowing the arm to rotate in a full circle around its axis. To achieve this, the shoulder is also one of the most complex joints in the body.
For the shoulder to operate properly, many separate bones, tendons and muscles need to work together as a single unit. If one or more of these component parts is damaged due to injury or 'wear and tear', over time, a number of shoulder conditions can arise, some painful, some affecting a patient's range of motion, all of them uncomfortable and unwelcome.
The good news is that a powerful array of treatments now exists to help treat shoulder problems.
Please browse our website to read more about the most common shoulder conditions and the treatments available for them. Should you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.