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Shoulder Instability

Shoulder (glenohumeral) Instability   Shoulder instability refers to excessive movement of the head of humerus (the “ball”) in the glenoid fossa (the “socket”), which can result in pain, dysfunction, loss of movement and loss of strength.  The shoulder joint is designed to allow great flexibility, but the trade-off is the glenoid fossa (the “the socket”) is very shallow predisposing the shoulder to instability.  The common analogy used to describe the shoulder joint is that it is like a golf ball sitting on a ... Read more

Michelle Crew Physiotherapist specialising in shoulder injuries and pain.

  Michelle Crew Physiotherapy for Shoulder Pain Shoulder pain is an extremely common complaint, and there are many common causes of this problem. It is important to make an accurate diagnosis of the cause of your symptoms so that appropriate treatment can be directed at the cause. If you have shoulder pain, some common conditions or injuries include: Common Injuries of the shoulder Rotator cuff tears ( most commonly the supraspinatus) Rotator cuff impingement syndromes Bursitis Bicep tendonopathy Biceps rupture Adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder) SLAP Tear ( Adhesion) Superior Labrum Anterior ... Read more
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Physiotherapist Michelle Crew talks about Pilates

Michelle Crew senior  Physiotherapist in Caloundra talks about Pilates. Michelle Crew senior Physiotherapist at Physio Professionals Caloundra talks about Pilates and the benefits of this exercise regime. Read more