Archive For: Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain  Rotator Cuff Tears  To Operate or  not ?by Dr Lennark Funk Msc, FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Shoulder Pain Rotator Cuff Tears To Operate or not ?by Dr Lennark Funk Msc, FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Shoulder pain and the challenges of diagnosis of Shoulder Pain and Rotator Cuff Tears  both the clinical examination differential diagnosis case history  age of the patient  Operate or not is  challenging and complex due to ongoing research by well-known specialist  shoulder specialists    Dr Lennard Funk Msc, FRCS (Tr & Orth)  Dr Funk latest discussion presentation ... Read More
 
Neck and Back Pain concerns about sitting – Managing upper limb disorders in the workplace

Neck and Back Pain concerns about sitting – Managing upper limb disorders in the workplace

Neck and  Back and arm pain with associated headaches and pain in the middle of your back and stiffness travelling downwards is definitely on the increase.  Look at the recent health and safety in musculoskeletal disorders, rules and regulations update on our health and safety government website and you will see that there is an ... Read More
 
Neuromotor stimulation can be used as part of rehabilitation and weakened muscle

Neuromotor stimulation can be used as part of rehabilitation and weakened muscle

Shoulder injuries, knee injuries ankle injuries, shin splints, muscular cramps and spasms, gluteal   This is the future and you will see that exercise and tissue repair is much more complex and the way we approach muscular – tendon – ligaments   recovery is changing fast and technology is moving forward.  Here is a small ... Read More
 
Why Pain ?   Tendons can be so  painful and slow to get better    – abstracts The Three Stages of Tendon Pathology  1. Reactive  2. Tendon Dysrepair 3.Degenerative

Why Pain ? Tendons can be so painful and slow to get better – abstracts The Three Stages of Tendon Pathology 1. Reactive 2. Tendon Dysrepair 3.Degenerative

  Tendons and Tendon pain such as your achilles, patella, tennis elbow, golfer s elbow  as professional sports are demanding better understanding of tendon pathology as injuries cause enormous financial issues both to the sports organisations and athletes.   Sports such as tennis, athletics, football  where in the past  a variety of injections have been ... Read More
 
Chronic Pain Management  Edinburgh  – Neck and Nerve  pain down the arm – report 10/11/12

Chronic Pain Management Edinburgh – Neck and Nerve pain down the arm – report 10/11/12

Helen How, Registered Osteopath, 14 Craighall Gardens, Edinburgh EH6 4RJ O131 551 1044  £35.00 for one hour – £20.00 for simple follow up conditions  Helen has an Enhanced Disclosure Certificate  June 2012    Severe Neck and Shoulder Pain which is referring down into her Arm.   This lady has graduated from College and this was her first ... Read More
 

Shoulder Pain

Osteopathy has worked with different shoulder pain but the biceps tendon is a thick tendon which takes a great deal of mechanical loading during the whole day.