Upper Limb Pain
All our Physiotherapists, Anna, Charmaine, Eva, and Judith, are specialised in treating upper limb pain and injuries.
Upper limb injuries include all joints and tissues from the Shoulders to the fingertips and the most common causes are:
- Repetitive overuse
- Acute trauma
- Poor biomechanics
- Poor posture
- Muscle imbalance
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North West London, East Finchley, Barnet, Edgware, Golders Green
Sutherland House Physiotherapists
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Common problems that we come across regularly include:
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Osteo arthritis in any upper limb joints, from thumbs to shoulder
- Frozen shoulder
- Tennis elbow
- Golfers elbow
- RSI (repetitive strain injury)
- Carpal tunnel
- Post-fracture and broken bones
- Ligament and tendon sprains, strains and tears
- Ligament Instability
Why choose us?
- We will help to identify where your pain is and most importantly what is causing it.
- We give you a full explanation as to why you are in pain.
- We outline a full plan to get you out of pain and keep you pain free
- We provide the best treatment modalities possible to help with your pain. This includes not just:
- Manual Therapy
- Soft tissue techniques
- Manipulation and Mobilisation
- Corrective Exercises
- Postsurgical Rehabilitation
NEW innovative treatments
- Frequency Specific Microcurrent, which helps to reduce inflammation and pain, improves range of movement and speeds up the recovery from any injury you have.
- Local Cryotherapy, the extreme cold activates the body’s natural healing mechanism, flushes out toxins, decreases inflammation and much more.
- Should you need to see another specialist or require a more detailed scan to identify the cause of your pain, we can advise you who would be best to see.
- Photobiomodulation is a non-invasive and safe therapy, highly effective for chronic and acute musculo-skeletal conditions, such as sport injuries, fibromylagia, chronic fatigue, neuropathy, arthritic pain, gout and more.
We offer a range of specialist physiotherapy treatments to help you identify and maximise your ability to function and move throughout your life.