Shoulder Injury Conditions
Shoulder injuries are common in sport with high impact activities such as rugby and skiing. Sprains and strains tend to be the most common injuries received during sport.
Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) is a common condition not just limited to people who play sports. Epicondylitis is a tendinopathy, that is a condition affecting tendons that causes pain, especially near where the tendon attaches to bone. Read more about Tennis Elbow.
Shoulder Instability may occur following an injury such as a fall or commonly in contact sports such as rugby where the shoulder dislocates damaging the tissues. Read more about Shoulder Instability.
Skiing injuries and snowboard injuries involving the shoulder and upper limb are common during the winter season, as people enjoy ski holidays abroad. The injuries range from bone fractures through to soft tissue injury about the shoulder and elbow region. Read more about Skiing Injuries.
Our specialists cover all aspects of shoulder sports injuries including:
- Rotator Cuff Tears
- Shoulder Dislocations
- Swimmers Shoulder
- Throwers Shoulder
- Rugby Shoulder
If you are suffering with a shoulder injury or pain sustained during sport we recommend contacting our team of experts for a consultation. You can call our team on 0207 266 6529 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.