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WEIGHTLIFTERS SHOULDER

The acromio-clavicular joint (AC joint) is a joint at the top of the shoulder. It is a junction between the acromian process of the scapula and the lateral end of the clavicle. Chronic acromioclavicular joint pain may occur as a result of repeated minor injuries to the AC joint, which can damage the fibrocartilaginous maniscus situated within the AC joint. Another common cause of AC joint pain, is due to osteolysis (bone break down) of the outer end of the clavicle.  AC  joint osteolysis is very common in weightlifters performing high repetation/ weight of bench presses. Grade 1 injury corrosponds to sprain of the capsule of joint with tendernes and pain on movement, especially horizontal flexion. 
Grade 2 a complete tear of the AC ligamnets wit additional sprain of the coracoclavicular ligaments, with also localised tenderness and a palpable step deformity.
Grade 3 & 4  a complete tear of the coracoclavicular ligamnets.
Grade 5 & 6 can be distinguish by the amount of the dispalcement of the clavicle.
Osteoarthritis os acromioclavicular joint may occur as a result of recurrent injuries. for those with AC joint pain will be worse when trying to move the arm overhead as seen in the painful arc image.
Immediate treatment includes 
RICE
Sling to immobilise. certain moments should be avoided bench press, push ups, dips. AC joint taping should be applied to support and correct positioning to assist with healing .As pain allows stretches , isometrics and dynamic shoulder  excercise should be commenced. 
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Allocare Physiotherapy WEIGHTLIFTERS SHOULDER The acromio-clavicular joint (AC joint) is a joint at the top of the shoulder. It is a junction between the acromian process of the scapula and the lateral end of the clavicle. Chronic acromioclavicular joint pain may occur as a result of repeated minor injuries to the AC joint, which can damage the fibrocartilaginous maniscus situated within the AC joint. Another common cause of AC joint pain, is due to osteolysis (bone break down) of the outer end of the clavicle. AC joint osteolysis is very common in weightlifters performing high repetation/ weight of bench presses. Grade 1 injury corrosponds to sprain of the capsule of joint with tendernes and pain on movement, especially horizontal flexion. Grade 2 a complete tear of the AC ligamnets wit additional sprain of the coracoclavicular ligaments, with also localised tenderness and a palpable step deformity. Grade 3 & 4 a complete tear of the coracoclavicular ligamnets. Grade 5 & 6 can be distinguish by the amount of the dispalcement of the clavicle. Osteoarthritis os acromioclavicular joint may occur as a result of recurrent injuries. for those with AC joint pain will be worse when trying to move the arm overhead as seen in the painful arc image. Immediate treatment includes RICE Sling to immobilise. certain moments should be avoided bench press, push ups, dips. AC joint taping should be applied to support and correct positioning to assist with healing .As pain allows stretches , isometrics and dynamic shoulder excercise should be commenced. For more info visit us at http://allocarephysiotherapy.com/bizFloat/5a32537be1bd5d05100ea6eb/Allocare-Physiotherapy-WEIGHTLIFTERS-SHOULDER-The-acromio-clavicular-joint-AC-joint-is-a-joint-at-the-top-of-the-shoulder-It-is-a-junction-between-the-acromian-process-of-the-scapula-and-the-lateral-end-
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WEIGHTLIFTERS SHOULDER

The acromio-clavicular joint (AC joint) is a joint at the top of the shoulder. It is a junction between the acromian process of the scapula and the lateral end of the clavicle. Chronic acromioclavicular joint pain may occur as a result of repeated minor injuries to the AC joint, which can damage the fibrocartilaginous maniscus situated within the AC joint. Another common cause of AC joint pain, is due to osteolysis (bone break down) of the outer end of the clavicle.  AC  joint osteolysis is very common in weightlifters performing high repetation/ weight of bench presses. Grade 1 injury corrosponds to sprain of the capsule of joint with tendernes and pain on movement, especially horizontal flexion. 
Grade 2 a complete tear of the AC ligamnets wit additional sprain of the coracoclavicular ligaments, with also localised tenderness and a palpable step deformity.
Grade 3 & 4  a complete tear of the coracoclavicular ligamnets.
Grade 5 & 6 can be distinguish by the amount of the dispalcement of the clavicle.
Osteoarthritis os acromioclavicular joint may occur as a result of recurrent injuries. for those with AC joint pain will be worse when trying to move the arm overhead as seen in the painful arc image.
Immediate treatment includes 
RICE
Sling to immobilise. certain moments should be avoided bench press, push ups, dips. AC joint taping should be applied to support and correct positioning to assist with healing .As pain allows stretches , isometrics and dynamic shoulder  excercise should be commenced.
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Allocare Physiotherapy WEIGHTLIFTERS SHOULDER The acromio-clavicular joint (AC joint) is a joint at the top of the shoulder. It is a junction between the acromian process of the scapula and the lateral end of the clavicle. Chronic acromioclavicular joint pain may occur as a result of repeated minor injuries to the AC joint, which can damage the fibrocartilaginous maniscus situated within the AC joint. Another common cause of AC joint pain, is due to osteolysis (bone break down) of the outer end of the clavicle. AC joint osteolysis is very common in weightlifters performing high repetation/ weight of bench presses. Grade 1 injury corrosponds to sprain of the capsule of joint with tendernes and pain on movement, especially horizontal flexion. Grade 2 a complete tear of the AC ligamnets wit additional sprain of the coracoclavicular ligaments, with also localised tenderness and a palpable step deformity. Grade 3 & 4 a complete tear of the coracoclavicular ligamnets. Grade 5 & 6 can be distinguish by the amount of the dispalcement of the clavicle. Osteoarthritis os acromioclavicular joint may occur as a result of recurrent injuries. for those with AC joint pain will be worse when trying to move the arm overhead as seen in the painful arc image. Immediate treatment includes RICE Sling to immobilise. certain moments should be avoided bench press, push ups, dips. AC joint taping should be applied to support and correct positioning to assist with healing .As pain allows stretches , isometrics and dynamic shoulder excercise should be commenced.
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ANKLE INJURIES Ankle injuries are more common injuries the most common injury is a sprained an, but ankle pain can have a numerous sources. Something as simple as walking on a uneven surface may cause twisted ankle , resulting in ankle sprain .ankle injury can potentially occur at any age . Ankle sprain that result from traumatic injury thought of as a sports injury , but you dont have to be athlete or even a normal social sports person to twist your ankle . Common Ankle injuries are heel pain, foot pain, Ankle pain, Tendinopathies , Faciopathies, some time bone injury llike Metatrasalgia stress fracture , foot fracture, Morton's neuroma. Treatment In allocare physiotherapy we accurately assess and our treatment gives you extremely quick response and allow you to resume pain-free normal activities of daily living
ARTHRITIS 

Arthritis related problems include pain, stiffness, inflammation and damage to joint cartilage and surrounding structures. This can result in joint weakness, instability and deformities that can interfere with the most basic daily tasks such as walking, driving a car and preparing food.

research suggests that early intervention can delay the on set of the disease and may reduce the number of cases of osteoarthritis. 

COMMON CAUSES OFARTHRITIS 
 Most common causes of arthritis
1) Osteoarthritis
2) Rheumatoid Arthritis
3) Psoriatic  Arthritis

LESS COMMON CAUSES OF ARTHRITIS
1) Ankylosing Spondylitis
2) Lupus
3) Scleroderma
4) Juvenile Arthritis

RHEUMATOLOGY CONDITIONS
1) Ankylosing Spondylitis
2) Fibromyalgia 
3) Lupus
4) Psoriatic Arthritis
5) Rheumatoid Arthrtis

OSTEOARTHRITIS CONDITIONS
SPINE
1) Spondylosis
2) Degenerative Disc Disease
3) Spinal Stenosis
4) Osteoporosis

PERIPHERAL JOINTS
1) Hand or Wrist Arthritis
2) Hip arthritis
3) Knee arthritis
4) Shoulder Arthritis

COMMON ARTHRITIS TREATMENTS
There is no known cure for arthritis. However arthritis manageable , but can impact on your quality of life and includes varying degrees of discomfort and pain.
With accurate  assessment and early treatment , most arthritis sufferers respond effectively to physiotherapy treatment allowing you to quickly resume the pain free and normal activities of  daily living.

Please consult your Physiotherapist for their professional treatment advice. 

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ARTHRITIS Arthritis related problems include pain, stiffness, inflammation and damage to joint cartilage and surrounding structures. This can result in joint weakness, instability and deformities that can interfere with the most basic daily tasks such as walking, driving a car and preparing food. research suggests that early intervention can delay the on set of the disease and may reduce the number of cases of osteoarthritis. COMMON CAUSES OFARTHRITIS Most common causes of arthritis 1) Osteoarthritis 2) Rheumatoid Arthritis 3) Psoriatic Arthritis LESS COMMON CAUSES OF ARTHRITIS 1) Ankylosing Spondylitis 2) Lupus 3) Scleroderma 4) Juvenile Arthritis RHEUMATOLOGY CONDITIONS 1) Ankylosing Spondylitis 2) Fibromyalgia 3) Lupus 4) Psoriatic Arthritis 5) Rheumatoid Arthrtis OSTEOARTHRITIS CONDITIONS SPINE 1) Spondylosis 2) Degenerative Disc Disease 3) Spinal Stenosis 4) Osteoporosis PERIPHERAL JOINTS 1) Hand or Wrist Arthritis 2) Hip arthritis 3) Knee arthritis 4) Shoulder Arthritis COMMON ARTHRITIS TREATMENTS There is no known cure for arthritis. However arthritis manageable , but can impact on your quality of life and includes varying degrees of discomfort and pain. With accurate assessment and early treatment , most arthritis sufferers respond effectively to physiotherapy treatment allowing you to quickly resume the pain free and normal activities of daily living. Please consult your Physiotherapist for their professional treatment advice. Book your appointment at ALLOCARE PHYSIOTHERAPY CALL 9490941555
Massage Therapy
Massage provides a healing treatment that can be gentle or strong, deep or shallow. When muscles and tendons become damaged, impaired, knotted, tense or immobile, massage provides an effective healing treatment.

Massage holistically treats the whole body and traces the discomfort as far as possible back to the original cause, healing both the cause of the disorder as well as symptoms.
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Massage Therapy Massage provides a healing treatment that can be gentle or strong, deep or shallow. When muscles and tendons become damaged, impaired, knotted, tense or immobile, massage provides an effective healing treatment. Massage holistically treats the whole body and traces the discomfort as far as possible back to the original cause, healing both the cause of the disorder as well as symptoms.
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