Monthly Archives: October 2017

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

Shoulder impingement syndrome, sometimes called swimmer’s or thrower’s shoulder, is caused by impingement of the tendons of the rotator cuff muscles as they pass through the subacromial space. With repetitive pinching (overhead activities), the tendons become irritated and inflamed and  can lead to thickening of the tendons or inflammation of the surrounding bursae.                       Treatment for shoulder impingement is based around reducing pain and inflammation, increasing mobility and strength whilst identifying and correcting the possible causes Read More +Shoulder impingement syndrome, sometimes called swimmer’s or thrower’s shoulder, is caused by impingement of the tendons of the rotator cuff muscles as they pass through the subacromial space. With repetitive pinching (overhead activities), the tendons become irritated and inflamed and  can lead to thickening of the tendons or inflammation of the surrounding bursae.                       Treatment for shoulder impingement is based around reducing pain and inflammation, increasing mobility and strength whilst identifying and correcting the possible causes Read More +

BIM turns 3!

On October 13th, 2014 – Back Into Motion Physiotherapy clinic was born. Under the leadership of Rachel Noble and the help of her dedicated  team, we have continued to provide an excellent  standard of care to all of our patients. Help us celebrate as we look forward to many more years to come!    On October 13th, 2014 - Back Into Motion Physiotherapy clinic was born. Under the leadership of Rachel Noble and the help of her dedicated  team, we have continued to provide an excellent  standard of care to all of our patients. Help us celebrate as we look forward to many more years to come!    

BPTA 20th Anniversary Dinner

Over the weekend, the Barbados Physical Therapy Association celebrated 20 years at the Accra hotel. It was a lovely evening filled with great food and entertainment as a number of persons were awarded for their many years of service and dedication to the profession.  Over the weekend, the Barbados Physical Therapy Association celebrated 20 years at the Accra hotel. It was a lovely evening filled with great food and entertainment as a number of persons were awarded for their many years of service and dedication to the profession.