Improve Your Quality of Life with Upper Body Pain Treatment
We regularly treat a range of upper body pain concerns here at our pain clinic in Lichfield. Whether you’re struggling with persistent headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain or a wrist injury, we have the best upper body pain treatment plans for a range of conditions. If you’re unsure why you’re in pain, we’ll start with a full diagnosis and talk you through the results in plain English so you feel confident in the treatment plan proposed.
Finding the Cause of Your Upper Body Pain
We treat a range of issues here at Lichfield Physiotherapy Clinic, so we’ll start by figuring out what the problem is.
If you are suffering from painful and long-term headaches, the first thing you should do is see your GP. If you discover you have a neck-related headache (cervicogenic headache), we are able to help.
Typical Problems: Neck-related headaches usually appear when the joints and muscles of the neck have undergone long-term strain.
Treatment Options: To help relieve you of neck-related headaches, we’ll assess your posture and carry out deep tissue massages to help strengthen the muscles.
Typical causes of neck pain include:
- Sitting or sleeping awkwardly
- Muscle and ligament strains
Treatment Options: We can give you a range of exercises to reduce your neck pain, as well as manipulation techniques and massages.
Most cases of shoulder pain are relatively short-lived. To increase the recovery rate, the muscles in your shoulder need to strengthen.
Treatment Options: Our professional therapist can take you through strengthening exercises to aid your recovery.
Wrist and hand injuries
Typical Problems: Wrist and hand injuries are usually caused by playing racket sports (tennis, badminton etc.), heavy falls, or a direct blow to the hand.
Treatment Options: We will assess the severity of your injury and supply the most appropriate form of treatment, which usually consists of one or several of the following:
- Wrist braces
- Sports tape
- Resistance bands
- Spikey massage balls
- TENS machine
Typical Problems: Tennis elbow is caused by strain on the tendons in the forearm. Cases of tennis elbow usually are relieved within about two weeks, but if your elbow pains persist, it is worth giving us a call.
Treatment Options: As well as set exercises, to help reduce the pressure on your elbow further, your physiotherapist can provide you with an epicondylitis clasp.
If you’re struggling with upper body pain of any kind, call our clinic today to arrange a consultation with our physiotherapist, and we’ll create a treatment plan for you: 01543 268 896
Our qualified physiotherapist can help you with a range of musculoskeletal problems, including shoulder pain, back pain, muscle aches, tension, and sports injuries. With expert diagnostic tools and state-of-the-art equipment, we'll help you reduce pain and get the best quality of life possible. Call us today to arrange your initial consultation: 01543 268 896