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Shoulder pain and how to treat it

Shoulder pain is the third most common cause of musculoskeletal consultation in primary care. By some estimates, as many as 67% of people experience shoulder discomfort at some point over the course of their lives. Approximately 1% of adults consult every year a general practitioner with new shoulder pain.

Most shoulder problems will benefit from physical tharapy at clinic or home. Physiotherapists and occupational therapists are specialists who can help reduce your shoulder pain and show you how to improve the way your shoulder works by using a variety of strengthening and stretching exercise, massage and other therapeutic techniques. They’ll work with you to improve your symptoms and help get your shoulder moving properly again. What they suggest for you will depend on whether your problem is short-term or a long-standing condition.

Almost everyone will benefit from physiotherapy with PlayBall!

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