Shoulder pain can arise for a number of reasons, and can often be treated without surgery. If you’re searching for a shoulder pain clinic, look no further than LycaHealth. Our easy-to-reach private shoulder clinics are located in Canary Wharf, East London and Orpington, Kent, with convenient transport links.
LycaHealth’s team of highly skilled and specialist physiotherapists provide a comprehensive service dedicated to helping patients with shoulder pain get back on their feet.
Shoulder pain can be severe when caused by a broken shoulder, rotator cuff injury, dislocated shoulder or other injuries. If you are experiencing severe pain, it is essential that you seek medical attention immediately. Shoulder injuries can make everyday activities very difficult if left untreated.
The shoulder can become subject to overuse due to taking part in sports, or manual work which involves lifting heavy objects or repetitively engaging your upper body. Shoulder tendonitis is one example of a condition where the shoulder becomes damaged over time.
Shoulder pain can also be a symptom of a more severe condition. For example, in some circumstances, pain under the shoulder blade can indicate problems with the heart, lungs or gallbladder and liver.
Diagnosis of your shoulder pain will be handled by one of our specialist physiotherapists during a consultation. You will then be referred to a specialist as necessary, to undergo treatment and recovery with a focus on long-lasting results.
You’ll discuss your concerns and medical history with one of our highly skilled physiotherapists. They will assess your condition and conduct tests and diagnostic imaging as necessary, before referring you to a specialist, if needed, for treatment.
Once referred by your physiotherapist, you will undergo the necessary shoulder pain treatment and recovery plan as recommended. This can range from performing exercises to taking medication and, in severe cases, surgery.
At LycaHealth, our services are covered by all major medical insurance companies. You can also self-pay for treatment.