At LycaHealth, we understand the debilitating effects of shoulder pain and the impact it can have on your daily life. Our Shoulder Pain Clinic specialises in providing comprehensive and personalised treatment options to address a wide range of shoulder conditions.
Shoulder pain can be caused by a variety of factors, from arthritis to trauma or injury. Our skilled team of orthopaedic surgeons and specialists will diagnose your condition and develop a personalised plan to relieve your pain and help you regain normal function of the shoulder.
This pain can be caused by various factors, including:
If you are experiencing any shoulder pain, please contact us today and see a specialist for advice, diagnosis and the appropriate treatment.
Not all of these symptoms will be treated with surgery, if a symptom does not improve after non-surgical treatments such as Physical Therapy, then surgery will be considered depending on the cause of pain.
Our clinic is staffed with highly skilled and experienced healthcare professionals specialising in the treatment of shoulder pain. They have in-depth knowledge of various shoulder conditions, including rotator cuff injuries, frozen shoulder, shoulder impingement, and more.
With their expertise, they will accurately diagnose your condition and develop an individualised treatment plan tailored to your specific needs, ensuring the best outcome for your recovery.
A shoulder pain clinic is a specialised medical facility or department that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of conditions and injuries related to the shoulder.
You can make an appointment by contacting us on 01689 490 111 directly or obtaining a referral from your GP consultant.
During your initial visit, a healthcare provider will conduct a thorough examination, review your medical history, and may recommend imaging tests such as X-rays or MRIs to diagnose your condition.
Yes, these clinics offer non-surgical treatments such as physiotherapy, medications, corticosteroid injections, and lifestyle modifications to manage pain and improve shoulder function.
Surgery may be recommended when conservative treatments are ineffective or when surgical intervention is the best option for conditions like severe rotator cuff tears, labral tears, or shoulder instability.
The recovery process depends on the type of shoulder surgery performed. It often includes rehabilitation, physiotherapy, and post-operative care tailored to the specific procedure and individual needs.
Yes, these clinics often offer services for individuals looking to optimise their shoulder health, such as preventive exercises, shoulder strengthening programs, and advice on posture and ergonomics.
In many cases, a referral from a primary care physician is not necessary to visit a specialist at a shoulder pain clinic. However, it’s advisable to check with the clinic’s policies and your insurance provider for specific requirements.
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