2 Raymond Terrace,

Unit 9B, 1-10 Amy Close,

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Terrigal: 4385 2079
Wyong: 4352 3343

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday 8am – 7pm



Shoulder pain is a widespread and significant issue reported and experienced by both the sporting and non-sporting population. Acute shoulder injuries occur following an incident or accident on the sporting field, the workplace or in everyday life at home. Overhead athletes, workers or those who place repeated strain and load on the shoulder will develop more chronic presentations with recurring or longer lasting shoulder pain.

Chronic shoulder pain and dysfunction can be minimised by early assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of an acute shoulder injury.

Some of the shoulder presentations we manage

✓ The throwing shoulder
✓ The overhead athlete
✓ Rotator cuff tendon injuries
✓ Shoulder joint instability
✓ Shoulder joint dislocations
✓ Shoulder joint impingement syndromes
✓ SLAP lesions
✓ Biceps tendon injuries
✓ Acromioclavicular (AC) joint injuries
✓ Post-fracture management of the humerus, scapular, clavicle
✓ Muscle tears
✓ Adhesive capsulitis – frozen shoulder
✓ Neurovascular entrapment and traction injuries – stingers’
✓ Thoracic outlet syndrome

Management principles

  • Sports and functional modifications
  • Load modifications
  • Education on your condition, management and return to sport plan
  • Treat and relieve your symptoms
  • Retrain your functional movements
  • Maintain strength and conditioning of unaffected body areas
  • Appropriate graded strengthening exercises
  • Referral for further investigation or specialist second opinion as indicated
shoulder conditions