Advance Physio Solihull

Physiotherapy For Shoulder Pain

Suffer from Shoulder Pain?

Pain in the shoulder region is very common and we have specialist interest in the area. Some shoulder problems can start in the neck and we assess the entire area to establish the origin of the pain. Common shoulder problems include ‘frozen’ shoulder (or adhesive capsulitis), rotator cuff disorders, arthritis, shoulder instability (for example dislocation) and shoulder strain from sport. We are competent to treat all shoulder problems, including following surgery. Even the most resistant problems respond to the right management and we gain great satisfaction from watching the positive changes taking place as our patients progress through their treatment.

Some terms you may have heard of: bursitis, rotator cuff pathology, acromio-clavicular joint strain, SLAP lesion, sub-acromial impingement, sub-acromial decompression, shoulder replacement, reversed shoulder replacement. If your condition isn’t listed, please contact us, we will have treated it before!

Shoulder Pain

To book an appointment: 0121 673 1578

About Advance Physio

We have over 50 years of experience working with people, young and old, sporty or less active and with a vast range of physical problems. We can say confidently that we will be able to assess, manage and advise you so that you can get on and continue to enjoy life.

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"I was delighted with the professionalism and friendliness of Advance Physio at Tanworth in Arden. My shoulder was made considerably better buy the attention I received. I liked being treated as an adult with some basic understanding of how the body worked. Informative and never patronising. Everything was done with care and I always felt in very capable hands. Overall, an excellent experience. Thank you."

David W

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Advance Physio
The Cottage, Oldberrow Manor
Ullenhall Lane
Ullenhall B95 5PF



0121 673 1578


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