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Shoulder Injuries
  • Elbow Injuries

    Bicep Tears

    Biceps - the muscles located at the front of the upper arm, extending from the elbow, upwards to the shoulder. A torn or strained bicep, is an injury most often to the bicep tendon. The tendons at either end of the muscle can be torn, however, it is much more common for the tendon that attaches to t
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  • Injury Guide

    Rotator Cuff Strain

    SUMMARY Causes: Excessive or awkward heavy lifting, pushing or pulling Falling onto an out-stretched arm Overuse injury commonly seen in throwing and racquet sports such as cricket, baseball and tennis Symptoms: Sudden or gradual onset of pain deep in the shoulder joint Patient may feel a t
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  • Injury Guide

    Dislocated Shoulder

    What Is A Dislocated Shoulder? Dislocation of the shoulder occurs when the connective tissues in the shoulder joint and surrounding area become damaged or inflamed causing the bones at the joint to become displaced due to high force or strain being placed on the area. Causes Force to the shoulde
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  • Injury Guide

    Frozen Shoulder

    SUMMARY Causes: Damage to the shoulder joint and surrounding tissues Insufficient rest time between activity Excessive immobility after an injury Overuse injury Symptoms: Restricted movement of the shoulder Dull, aching pain in shoulder Difficulty with activities such as getting dressed, brushin
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  • Guides

    AC Joint Separation Step-by-Step Taping Guide & Video

    Welcome to our AC Joint Separation step-by-step taping guide, in this guide you will require just two tapes to follow the three steps in this guide. Using: 3.8cm Zinc Oxide Tape Dressing fixing tape Applied to prevent acromio clavicular pain, visible separation or limited shoulder range of movemen
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  • Health and Wellbeing

    A Guide to a Dislocated shoulder

    A dislocation of the shoulder occurs when the connective tissues in the shoulder joint and surrounding area becomes damaged or inflamed causing the bones at the joint to become displaced due to high force or strain being placed on the area. The main cause of a dislocated shoulder is due to the s
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  • Health and Wellbeing

    Rotator Cuff Injury and Rehabilitation [Surgery Gore]

    What Is A Rotator Cuff Injury? A rotator cuff injury is an injury that occurs to either the muscles or tendons in the shoulder joint. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles located around the shoulder which provide movement and stability in everyday life and consist of muscles such as supraspinatus,
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