Shoulder Physio Perth
Perth’s Shoulder Physio Expert
Is your shoulder pain impacting your lifestyle? Are you growing frustrated with a lack of improvement, despite visiting your physio for shoulder pain?
Shoulder pain can be complex and confusing. Patients with shoulder pain and shoulder injuries often find it extremely difficult to obtain an accurate diagnosis. An expert Perth shoulder physio can help.
Introducing… Adam McKnight My Physio Perth’s expert shoulder physio.
Adam has worked as a shoulder physiotherapist for the Perth Shoulder Clinic’s specialist shoulder surgeons and assisted hundreds of patients with physiotherapy after shoulder surgery. He’s even helped patients avoid shoulder surgery altogether.
Not only does Adam have vast experience in acute shoulder injuries such as shoulder dislocations and rotator cuff tears, he has experienced a shoulder dislocation and surgery himself, so he truly understands the pain and frustration you may be experiencing.
Common Shoulder Injuries
- AC Joint Injuries
- Rotator Cuff Tears and Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy
- Subacromial Bursitis or Shoulder Bursitis
- Dislocated Shoulder
- Frozen Shoulder
Specialised Shoulder Physiotherapy Appointments
A shoulder physio appointment with Adam is so specialised, that a longer 60-minute initial consultation is required.
This allows enough time for a thorough examination, diagnosis, explanation of your injury, treatment and exercises to perform at home.
Adam’s high level of expertise and thoroughness, means this appointment is priced higher than a standard physio appointment.
Book your appointment now by calling 9447 6152 or click Book Now and choose Initial Shoulder Consultation,
Shoulder Physio Perth Treatment Techniques
There are a range of treatment techniques, our expert shoulder physio uses:
- Massage for shoulder pain: Muscle tension and fatigue can contribute to shoulder pain. My Physio Sorrento will decide whether you can benefit from targeted massage therapy and will work with you to help reduce your pain and increase your function.
- Physiotherapy for shoulder pain: Manual therapy is always a major component of treatment at My Physio Perth. Shoulder physiotherapy techniques can be powerful in reducing pain and improving function.
- Taping for shoulder pain: Taping can provide support and ease pain in both acute and chronic shoulder injuries. My Physio Perth have developed taping techniques specifically for various types of shoulder pain.
- Dry needling for shoulder pain: A modern form of acupuncture, dry needling can reduce pain and improve muscle function. It can help with muscle soreness and tension, joint stiffness and pain, increasing overall well-being.
- Strength training and rehabilitation for shoulder pain: Specially designed training programs which increase strength, correct posture and improve muscle tone can not only help with recovery, but also prevent further injury.
- Post-operative shoulder rehabilitation: Physiotherapy rehab is crucial for a full recovery following shoulder surgery. At My Physio Perth we’ve developed excellent professional relationships with leading Perth surgeons and will ensure the line of communication remains open between patient, surgeon and physiotherapist.
We’ll guide you through the recovery process and get you back to your desired level of function.
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