A cricketer came to Therapyroom1 complaining of a shoulder injury that occurred during last season’s games and he wanted to get it fixed before the new season started. He was the highest wicket taker his team had and there was a chance he could go semi-pro.
Examination of his shoulder revealed
Patient D came to Therapyroom1 complaining of right shoulder pain and that when he went to the gym and performed any kind of lifting e.g. bench press or dead lift he would start to get a shooting pain in the side of his neck and this subsequently brought about a
Patient J had stroke and was getting physiotherapy at Therapyroom1 however one of the last things to do was getting her hands working. Nerve and muscle control in the hands is very difficult as the fingers are often weak and immovable.
She had been treated in the past for stroke injury
A patient came to Therapyroom1 complaining of severe shoulder pain. When she lifted her arms she felt tightness at the top of the shoulders and along the medial deltoid ligament so much so that the pain was having an extremely negative effect on her life. This patient stated that she