Shoulder pain with feelings of an unstable joint will usually mean you have a condition called glenohumeral instability. Symptoms may range from pain at the front and side of the shoulder girdle, vague uncomfortable sensations, apprehension, increased range of motion, and multiple shoulder dislocations.
Therapeutic exercise is often the most supported approach for painful shoulder conditions, particularly rotator cuff injuries and shoulder instability. Getting the correct exercise ensures you don’t aggravate your injury. A good clinician should find the impairments of your shoulder pain, and then direct specific interventions towards them. Impairments might include weakness, loss of range of motion, pain, muscle endurance and coordination of movement.
At Sydney Muscle & Joint Clinic our approach is consistent, high quality and based on the best scientific knowledge. We deliver evidence-based physiotherapy, exercise physiology and chiropractic for a range of musculoskeletal conditions, which means you get an approach that is effective, safe, and efficient. Contact your local Penrith physio today.