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Shoulder Treatment

Looking for a Physiotherapist to treat your shoulder? 

Our team are experts in diagnosing and treating shoulder pain. We will help you understand your injury and pain, and identify any contributing factors that may need to be addressed to assist with your recovery. We are also trusted by specialists and orthopaedic surgeons for the rehabilitation of shoulder injuries pre- and post- surgical intervention. 

For shoulder injuries, surgery may not be the best option – rehab only treatment can give good long term results. We keep a strong emphasis on progressive strengthening rehab in our treatment plan.

Shoulder pain is a common injury we see. Shoulder pain can be caused by many different structures within the joint and the muscles/tissues surrounding it. It is important to understand why your shoulder is causing pain and we will help you to understand your injury and get you back to being pain-free.

How do we treat shoulder injuries?

We are experts in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Shoulder pain can be complex as there are many structures in the area that can contribute to your pain or injury. Our team will complete a thorough assessment to identify any key factors contributing to your injury and determine a diagnosis to help guide management. You will be provided with a plan that is tailored to you and your injury, consisting of education, advice and individualised exercise to help reduce pain and improve function, other physiotherapy, and referral to other health professionals if required.

What shoulder conditions do we specialise in?

  • Rotator cuff injuries (tendinopathy, tears)

  • Shoulder instability / shoulder dislocation

  • Shoulder osteoarthritis

  • AC joint injuries

  • Bicep injuries (tendinopathy, tears)

  • Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis)

  • Collarbone fractures

  • SLAP tears

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Do I need a referral?


We receive many referrals from surgeons, sports physicians, rheumatologists, GPs, and other allied health professionals (e.g. podiatrists, osteopaths) including physiotherapy colleagues. However, you do not need a referral to see one of our expert physiotherapists to get started on your journey toward solutions to your current injuries or pain, regardless of whether they are new or chronic.

What is the En Pointe Health Difference?

When you see a physiotherapist at En Pointe Health, you are gaining unique access to knowledge and expertise about the best available treatments for your individual pain and injuries. Our team’s clinical expertise is unique.
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