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Shoulder Pain treatment

End shoulder pain: Get treated, get moving, get your life back.

Exercise physiology provides professional, evidence-based treatment for your shoulder pain so you can get back to feeling and moving your best.

Free Initial Shoulder Pain Consult

Move with less shoulder pain

Improve shoulder mobility

Get back to life!

Symptoms of Shoulder Pain

Common shoulder pain symptoms you may be experiencing:

Ongoing pain or stiffness

Dull shooting pains down the arm

Limited movement

Difficulty performing work and home duties

Avoidance of movement



Difficulty sleeping

How can we help treat your shoulder pain?

Through the use of evidence based exercises, you can improve your range of motion, endurance and strength of your shoulder.

Movement is medicine, and the avoidance of movement may prolong, and even cause more issues in your shoulder.

At EP360, we will provide a graded exercise plan that targets the apparent challenges that you face in daily life. We not only provide one on one support with exercise, but also educate you on pain management and self management skills that will help you on your journey to independence and pain free movement.

Overcome Shoulder Pain.
How to get started:

Book a session

Simply book online or give us a call to book your session.

Initial consult

We'll get to know and understand where you're at in your health journey, and create a plan tailored to your needs.

Get stronger, move better

Manage your condition, strengthen your body and live an active life.

Causes of shoulder pain

  • Overuse through work or sport
  • Poor biomechanics
  • Postural issues in the upper back due to work or home habits
  • Secondary issues as a result of poor neck or upper back mobility
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Traumatic injury

What to expect at your appointment

  • Thorough initial appointment with history taking
  • Physical screening
  • Planning and goal setting
  • Education on the most recent research, ensuring you understand the appropriate exercise required for improvement
  • Self management techniques
  • Brief exercise session to lay the groundwork for progressions

Shoulder Pain treatment FAQs

Can exercise really help improve my shoulder issues?

Indeed it can. Pain reducing medication will only mask the discomfort and not combat the causes of your shoulder issues. With a tailor made exercise program, you will improve your shoulder health at the rate that is appropriate for you. Small improvements are still improvements and will provide you with a sense of achievement, furthering your confidence in the program that we will provide.

It ultimately depends on the affected tissues in your shoulder, and best treatment outcomes are assisted with an accurate diagnosis from your GP. Nevertheless, any range of motion issues that are present will be a top priority to work on, as strength and endurance improvements without correct range of motion will not provide a great outcome. The shoulder is an incredibly complex joint and requires the right program.

There is always an inherent risk of injury with any exercise, but the risk without corrective exercises is greater. At EP360, our duty is to provide safe and effective programs. We will of course provide you with a thorough understanding of the movements, how to perform them correctly and how frequently. It is likely that you will experience some discomfort during the process, but mild discomfort should not be conflated with injuries occurring.

Timelines vary due to the person and the complexity of your issue. You are likely to experience improvements in just a few weeks. It can be difficult to notice improvements, so retesting range of motion and strength can show you the objective changes over the course of your treatment.

Yes, in many cases. Regular exercise has been shown to reduce the need for pain medications in some individuals. However, any adjustments to medications should be done under the guidance of your healthcare provider.

Remember, these responses are for informational purposes only, and specific advice should be obtained from a qualified healthcare professional.

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