Shoulder Pain & Injury Treatment

The shoulder is injury prone as it’s the most mobile joint in your body.

You may feel pain on the upper arm rather than in the joint itself – our physiotherapists would inform you if this were the case. In most cases, shoulder pain is due to weak muscles in the region, or muscles not working properly together.

Potential Lifestyle Improvements

  • Ability to reach overhead
  • Carrying items without discomfort
  • Ability to work longer and more comfortably at your desk
  • No issues getting dressed e.g. Putting on bras
  • Good night’s sleep

Treatment Plan

Most cases of shoulder pain can be treated in 4 – 5 sessions. Some clients see rapid improvement within just 2-3 sessions of physiotherapy — they experience a significant decrease in pain, and an improvement in range of motion, and strength. If you have a serious condition or a progressively worsening condition, your course of rehabilitation may take longer.

Once your symptoms are relieved and you are able to perform basic strengthening exercises, our in-house personal coaches and physiotherapists can collaborate to customise a return-to-work/sports plan for you, to get you back to doing what you love in our fully equipped gym.


We’re happy to speak with you about any queries you may have.