Shoulder Post op 2017-09-07T05:23:29+00:00

Shoulder post op

The shoulder girdle is made up of several articulating joints, which are connected and influence each other’s motion. These joints work in synchrony to allow the many complex movements the shoulder can perform – not surprisingly the shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. A reduction in this mobility caused by shoulder injuries can present as sudden stiffness, instability and/or intolerable pain.

Shoulder surgery requires careful post-operative rehabilitation, which is often best done slowly, to allow healing and time for the swelling to reduce. Rehabilitation includes treatment to the site of the operation, and work to other body areas, which improves the biomechanics of the entire shoulder girdle.

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The best possible rehabilitation

Here at Physical Edge we understand the appropriate rehabilitation protocols for different types of surgery.  Our team of clinicians who specialise in prehabilitation and post-operative rehabilitation have years of experience and understand the physical and emotional support needed and are on hand to give you expert care.

At Physical Edge we go the extra mile to provide the best possible rehabilitation for you, so that you are active and mobile as soon as appropriate. Our offering includes close associations with leading surgeons in London; being at the cutting edge of research and surgical techniques and time invested discovering what is new and what works best for rehabilitation to deliver your optimum results.  As part of our unique pioneering approach, the team at Physical Edge have created the Optimum Post-Operative Rehabilitation Blueprint. We understand a team approach, including patient contributions, is required for best results after surgery, and using this blueprint our team specialises in prehabilitation and post-operative recovery and offer a clear pathway to get back to an active lifestyle. Contact us today to find out how we can help you.

“I went to Rhys, suffering from a ‘frozen shoulder’. He immediately diagnosed ‘Adhesive Capsulitis’ and, over a year, gave me easy but carefully-constructed exercises, and lots of excellent encouragement, until the pain went and my shoulder returned to normal. It was a huge relief.”

– Caroline Pickthorn – Solicitor’s Paralegal/Legal Assistant

The best possible rehabilitation

Here at Physical Edge we understand the appropriate rehabilitation protocols for different types of surgery.  Our team of clinicians who specialise in prehabilitation and post-operative rehabilitation have years of experience and understand the physical and emotional support needed and are on hand to give you expert care.

At Physical Edge we go the extra mile to provide the best possible rehabilitation for you, so that you are active and mobile as soon as appropriate. Our offering includes close associations with leading surgeons in London; being at the cutting edge of research and surgical techniques and time invested discovering what is new and what works best for rehabilitation to deliver your optimum results.  As part of our unique pioneering approach, the team at Physical Edge have created the Optimum Post-Operative Rehabilitation Blueprint. We understand a team approach, including patient contributions, is required for best results after surgery, and using this blueprint our team specialises in prehabilitation and post-operative recovery and offer a clear pathway to get back to an active lifestyle. Contact us today to find out how we can help you.

“I went to Rhys, suffering from a ‘frozen shoulder’. He immediately diagnosed ‘Adhesive Capsulitis’ and, over a year, gave me easy but carefully-constructed exercises, and lots of excellent encouragement, until the pain went and my shoulder returned to normal. It was a huge relief.”

– Caroline Pickthorn – Solicitor’s Paralegal/Legal Assistant

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