Physiotherapy For Rotator Cuff Tears and Injuries | Move Physiotherapy Fremantle
Rotator Cuff Injuries are common in situations where the rotator cuff is placed under excessive load, causing the muscle belly or tendon to tear. Most of these tears occur to the Supraspinatus Tendon, however other muscles can be involved.
In younger populations these injuries generally occur following a trauma to the shoulder, such as falling onto your shoulder directly, falling onto an outstretched arm or through your shoulder failing under load during a resistance training activity.
In older populations, rotator cuff tears generally occur when a pre-existing rotator cuff tendinopathy goes untreated for a long period of time. In these situations, poor movement of the shoulder joint overloads the rotator cuff musculature until it eventually tears and fails.
Even in the case of complete ruptures of the rotator cuff, surgery may or may not be required. Research now suggests that we can regain normal pain-free function of our shoulder simply by strengthening the unaffected rotator cuff muscles around the injury. This is where Move Physiotherapy can help!
Move Physiotherapy are experts in diagnosing and treating rotator cuff injuries. We offer longer appointment times to comprehensively assess your shoulder pain, provide a detailed diagnosis and assess contributing factors that may be exacerbating pain with your recent injury. Our longer followup appointments allow us to return you to the activities you love doing at the fastest timeframe.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why Should I Get My Shoulder Pain Treated At Move Physiotherapy?
At Move Physiotherapy Fremantle, we consider ourselves to be experts in Shoulder Pain Physiotherapy.
We spend longer with you during your first appointment in order to comprehensively assess not only the source of your shoulder pain but also the contributing factors underlying your injury.
We also take the time to understand how your injury is impacting you, and work with you to formulate a plan to get you from pain and injury back to performing at your peak.
Our first appointment always includes treatment, whether this be joint mobilisation, massage, dry needling or simply advice.