Tag: shoulder pain

The Cause of Shoulder Pain: Why it’s a Consequence of Something Else

The Cause of Shoulder Pain: Why it’s a Consequence of Something Else

The cause of shoulder pain is a broad and complicated discussion. Or is it? A diagnosis of ‘shoulder pain’ covers a broad list of aches, pains, and injuries. And it can be easy to feel overwhelmed by the seemingly endless list of predisposing factors, special 

Three Highly Effective Exercises to Treat a Rotator Cuff Injury

Three Highly Effective Exercises to Treat a Rotator Cuff Injury

One of the most common causes of shoulder pain is an injury to the rotator cuff. These muscles have an important role to play in moving and stabilizing a healthy shoulder joint. And while it’s important to work hard on settling any rotator cuff pain, 

Why You Shouldn’t Ice an Injury (or RICE)

Why You Shouldn’t Ice an Injury (or RICE)

Hands up if you try to do the right thing and ice an injury? Even if you don’t, it’s widely known you probably should. After all, decades of Sport’s Medicine have consistently told us this. Icing an injury has been so popular for so long 

11 Physical Signs the Modern World Is Taking Its Toll (And How to Fight Back)

11 Physical Signs the Modern World Is Taking Its Toll (And How to Fight Back)

The modern world looks a little different to the one we inherited 20-30 years ago. And the demands on the human body have shifted. The rise of technology and a sedentary lifestyle presents a unique set of musculoskeletal challenges for us to overcome. A battle 

What is Fibromyalgia: A Fresh Perspective on a Very Real Condition

What is Fibromyalgia: A Fresh Perspective on a Very Real Condition

Before we discuss Fibromyalgia, I want to start things off with a quick disclaimer. The information in this article draws from my clinical experience as a Physiotherapist (Physical Therapist). It’s what I’ve come to understand actively trying to solve the Fibromyalgia puzzle for my patients.