Shoulder Injury

 

 

The most flexible joint in the entire human body, our shoulder joint is formed by the union of the humerus, the scapula (or shoulder blade), and the clavicle (or collarbone). in Dublin Sports Injury Clinic we are experienced in treating many types of the shoulder injury. We are successfully treated an athletic and non-athletic patient from young ages to the elderly ages.

 

Common Shoulder Injury

Rotator cuff Injury (Read more)

Frozen shoulders  (Read more

Sub Acromial pain

Shoulder dislocations

SLAP tears

AC Join dislocation

Clavicle fractures

Shoulder Labrum  injuries

 

Our Approach

Dublin Sports Injury Clinic is a Physical Therapy Clinic based in Pearse Street, Dublin 2. In our clinic, every patient Initially will go through an assessment and we will prescribe customize treatment and rehabilitation routine. We use manual therapy, including manipulation and mobilization, combined with exercise therapy to improves pain and function. We will prescribe relative rest or modified activities if you needed.

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Disclaimer: This article is for information only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions. You can contact us if you would like to book an appointment or get some advice from our therapist.

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