When it comes to neck pain, headache, and shoulder pain, Many patients who come for treatment with neck symptoms will also report frequent headaches, often unaware that the two may be connected. Headaches can be caused by a number of neck-based conditions including muscle tension and tightness, loss of mobility, and poor posture.

As with lower back pain, each case is different, and so is the treatment. We treat with massage and mobilisation, as well as with specifically tailored exercises.

In addition we review the ergonomics of your workstation or your home office, your pillows and sleeping posture and implement preventative strategies.

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Gymgoers, swimmers and those in repetitive jobs such as hairdressing often suffer shoulder injuries and associated pain. The shoulder is a ball and socket joint with a great range of motion, but this makes it vulnerable to injury and imbalance. The key to recovery is assessing the dynamics of the joint – in particular, the rotator cuff, and working to address the causes and symptoms.

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