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The shoulder is the most mobile joint in your body. It’s a complex joint with many tendons, ligaments and muscles working together like a well-oiled engine. If one small part fails to work properly it can have knock on effects on the whole shoulder area. It can also be an easy part of the body to injure, because the socket of the shoulder joint is shallow compared to the bigger ball of the upper arm. It is supported by a joint capsule which is reinforced by ligaments. Muscles around the shoulder joint also help to support it. The shoulder is the joint that allows the greatest range of movement and consequently the greatest instability.
Our experts at Ballsbridge Physiotherapists Clinic are trained in a range of treatments from manual therapy to dry needling. Physiotherapy can do a lot to address the pain clients feel when they wake up.
There are many reasons why you may have shoulder pain after sleeping. Some are listed below:
Whatever the reasons for pain, whether at the top of the arm, the clavicle or the scapula, your physiotherapist can work with you to determine why you suffer after sleeping. At Ballsbridge Physiotherapy Clinic the highly skilled staff will be able to develop techniques for a restful night and a more relaxed morning.