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Strapping & Taping injury

Watch & read Dale explain Taping, what it is and the advantages and disadvantages of Taping. To Tape or Not to Tape? Recently a lot of people have been coming to the Clinic and asking about the advantages of taping and whether or not they need taping for their injury. SO, in this blog, I…(Read More)

Watch the Video and Read the blog… The Rotator Cuff – What is it and how do we look after it? Have you heard of the Rotator Cuff? Do you what it is and it’s function and how to look after it? Let’s find out… The rotator cuff is four muscles that effectively keep…(Read More)

Kate Markland, owner of the Markland Clinic recently dislocated her shoulder whilst asleep! Watch her take you through what happened and how she recovered. You can also read more below… Four weeks ago, I dislocated my right shoulder. I subluxed (partial dislocation) them in the past when I had my arm above my head. But…(Read More)

Have you seen a surgeon and had an operation? Or are contemplating whether surgery is for you? How can we help you before surgery? We aim to start treatment early to prepare you for surgery. We will work with you on exercises to maximise the muscle strength, length and joint range of movement, to…(Read More)

Your shoulders have to do a lot of work and shoulder pain is very common. Do you get pain in your shoulder when sleeping on it?  Do you get pain in your shoulder, when playing tennis or swimming? Is your shoulder stopping you reaching behind your back or picking up your child? Have you noticed…(Read More)

Shoulder Pain

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Our Shoulders The shoulder is an efficient combination of joints, muscles and tendons that enable a wide variety of movement and range of motion and is considered the most mobile joint in our body.  The shoulder joint is thought to be one of the most complex joints.   Its utility and versatility make the shoulder prone…(Read More)

It can sometimes be hard to see what you are doing wrong in your lifestyle because, well, it’s your lifestyle. Your daily routine is so well known to you that it can become second nature to read before bed, look on your tablet or go for that game of golf on a Friday night…(Read More)

Swimmer’s shoulder

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One of the worst injuries a swimmer can sustain is to the rotator cuff. Known as ‘swimmer’s shoulder’ this is a common problem that is often caused by overuse and misuse of the correct swimming technique. Symptoms of Swimmer’s Shoulder The usual symptoms of swimmer’s shoulder are; impaired posture, lack of glenohumeral…(Read More)

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