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Shoulder pain

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Although there could be several contributing factors to front shoulder pain, one commonly overlooked cause is biceps tendonitis. Roughly about an inch above the arm pit, there is a bony protuberance called the coracoid process.This is actually part of the shoulder blade

This is actually part of the shoulder blade (scapula), and is an attachment point for three muscles: biceps brachii (short head), coracobrachialis and pectoralis minor. This is a relatively small area, which can have tremendous forces put through it. Hard biceps training and not stretching regularly will shorten this muscle and the pectoralis minor, and cause scar tissue to form on these tendons. This will also pull the shoulders forward, causing misalignment and other issues.

In this free ebook, you will learn about;

  • What the common causes of shoulder pain are
  • What you can do at-home to help yourself
  • How Physiotherapy can help with shoulder pain

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Here is what some of this E-Book’s readers had to say…

After reading this E-Book some people came in to see our team, this is the feedback they gave us…

Initially I had thoracic problems, stiffness in neck and shoulders and was in considerable pain. Lucy managed to loosen those areas with several treatments. There was great relief even after the first session! As part of the treatment I had a sports massage which was great. I have since been back to clinic several times for ‘maintenance’.

I was given lots of exercises to do on a daily basis and providing I do that all is good.

Anne on Lucy Georgiou
I just wanted to say how impressed I was with the physiotherapist Mark Richardson. He is very personable and a brilliant therapist! When I came to the clinic I was in a lot of pain with my shoulder and after three sessions with Mark I am so much better!
I wouldn’t hesitate to return or recommend your clinic.
Julia on Mark Richardson

I’ve seen Stephen Makinde at Hatfield, Fitness First and St Albans and his professionalism is flawless. That can also be said for his skills at identifying the causes and providing effective therapy to quickly resolve my shoulder injury. The whole outfit is hugely impressive and I am only too happy to recommend Perfect Balance to my patients.

Ravi on Stephen Makinde

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