Dislocation and Separation: Dislocation of the shoulder joint as well as acromioclavicular joint separation injuries are common causes of shoulder pain, injuries caused during sports or falls. Although not exclusively so dislocation and separation injuries do tend to be a younger persons injury due to activity levels at these younger ages.
Frozen Shoulder: Also called “adhesive capsulitis”. A frozen shoulder is a common condition that leads to stiffness of the joint. Movement of the shoulder becomes very restricted with a frozen shoulder and typically in the early stages a frozen shoulder can be very painful.
Torn Labrum: Labral injuries are common and can occur as the result of a traumatic event or as a developed condition, SLAP lesions are a common type of labral tear seen at Physio4Wycombe, these SLAP lesions can be caused by a fall onto an outstretched hand and shoulder dislocations among other things.