Rotator Cuff Injury Treatment: The Best in London

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Our world-class lead physios have you covered; from acute injuries or traumas such as rotator cuff injury to muscle tears or back pain. 

Stop just living with the rotator cuff injury pain. Stop missing your training sessions. And don’t let it become long-term. 

Fix the root cause of your problem today.


No machines, no weak massages, and not just a quick adjustment. 

Our proven therapists are trained in deep tissue to high standards, and you will always get strong hands-on work here. 

We’ll get hands-on to get you pain-free, moving well, and feeling amazing instantly.



Your time is precious. The longer you wait, the worse it will get. 

Get correct, bespoke, and efficient exercises here first and accelerate your recovery. 

Our experts at One Body are either former athletes or have experience working with athletes and high performers.


Don’t let your body slow you down. Fix your body and stay healthy and younger for longer. 

Stay a high performer with our hands-on full-body treatments, constant guidance, and tailored strength and conditioning exercises. 

Get robust and aligned, reduce your stiffness, improve your mental state, and get in great shape

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From slipped discs to complex shoulder injuries. From pregnancy pains to muscle and tendon strains, we've got you covered.

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Sessions include movement and exercise programming, deep sports massage, joint mobilisations, dry needling and cupping.



No more generic exercises. Regular therapist follow ups or our guided personal training sessions will hold you accountable and guide you back stronger.


Rotator cuff injury pain is a warning sign – don’t put it off another day. Book your first session online or call now for a same day appointment.



60 min – 85
30 min – 49 

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60 min – 105
30 min – 69 

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The prices per session from insurance providers can vary from our standard pricing.

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If you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment, we require 24 hours advance notice. If you cancel within 24 hours, we will process a cancellation fee equal to the value of your session.

With prepaid or insurance sessions, we will therefore deduct the value of your session from your allowance.

This notice period is an industry-standard for medical practitioners.

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We at One Body LDN provide professional, medical treatment services only. At One Body, we are committed to providing a safe, respectful, and comfortable environment for all our patients and staff. To ensure this, we ask all our clients to adhere to the following behavioural guidelines:

  • Respect and Courtesy: Please treat all staff members and fellow patients with respect and courtesy. Any form of disrespectful behaviour, including but not limited to offensive language, discrimination, harassment, or bullying will not be tolerated.
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  • Compliance: Please comply with any instructions provided by our staff related to your treatment or clinic policies.

Failure to comply with these guidelines may result in refusal of service. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

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I have been very impressed with the therapy I’ve received by Magenta. She has helped with many of my pregnancy issues including lower back, neck and hip pain. She has a wealth of knowledge and is constantly up-skilling herself to ensure she has the most up to date practises. For me, she has used a combination of massage and giving me exercises to do at home. Not only that, but she has a wonderful disposition and is always happy to chat and see how I’m getting on. She has been there throughout my second and third trimester and I couldn’t be more grateful!
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Highly recommend Magenta/Danielle! Incredibly knowledgeable, helpful and all-around lovely people. They gave me very helpful advice/support for strength and flexibility training, including deep tissue massages and acupuncture during the sessions. Without them, I would not have been able to recover from my IT band injury before my ultramarathon this summer.
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Great service, impressive facilities, and helpful staff! The sessions I had with Jake helped diagnose my injuries and his suggested treatments have drastically improved the situation. Would recommend!
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I had a very positive experience working with Magenta on my rehabilitation following a tri-malleolar ankle fracture and surgery. It was a long and tricky recovery journey, but Magenta's professionalism, advice and positive attitude were extremely helpful in dealing with the whole thing. Thank you, Magenta and One Body LDN 🙂
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I was on a week's business trip to London and had severe recurrence of slip disc induced sciatic pain in my left leg. In order to prep for the long return trip back to India the next day, I went for 1 session to One body LDN. Mridul, the physio, did a great job in understanding my problem, the pain areas and providing a deep tissue massage that helped me manage my pain during the return flight. Thanks Mridul and One body LDN!


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No hard sells or tactics – unlike others, our physiotherapists in London are non-commission- based and only recommend best practices. We will not pressure you into anything.


We hold you accountable to your rehab with complimentary check-ins from your therapists in between your sessions.

Get your form checked, get updates and recover fast.

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At our hubs – when you make the time for yourself, we maximise that time spent!

You can have physio, deep massage, stretching, strength training and acupuncture all in one session.

Basic copy-and-paste exercises with no or little hands-on treatments; you deserve better.

Our award-winning therapists are either former athletes or have experience working with athletes. Just turn up – and let us lead the way.

Trusted by London’s best orthopaedic consultants, corporate professionals, celebs and athletes, our therapists have undergone extensive university training and are fully registered.

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You won’t be ignored or told to just rest.

At One Body LDN, you talk; we listen. Your session starts with a thorough whole-body assessment; you’ll learn your strengths and weaknesses.

We’ll assess your posture, your movement and aim to find the root cause of any issues you may have.


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Next you’ll receive a variety of hands-on treatments.

Our treatment approach aims to cover all areas: reduce muscle tightness, increase joint mobility and reduce pain. Allowing you to move more freely.


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No more painkillers or short-term fixes. But education to take with you.

We’ll discuss your treatment plan going forward, and coach you through your bespoke exercises.

You can implement these at home, or we will personally train you. Giving both short and long-term fixes; whatever your goal.


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Appendix: Key Terms and Concepts for Rotator cuff injury

MRI :A rotator cuff injury is a common shoulder injury that can be diagnosed through various imaging tests, including an MRI scan. This diagnostic test uses invisible electromagnetic energy beams to produce images of internal tissues, bones, and organs onto film. An MRI is a diagnostic procedure that uses a combination of large magnets, radiofrequencies, and a computer to produce detailed images of organs and structures within the body. Once a diagnosis is confirmed, treatment for a rotator cuff injury will depend on several factors such as the severity of the injury, age and activity level of the patient.

A rotator cuff tear is a common injury that can cause pain and discomfort in the shoulder. It occurs when one or more of the muscles or tendons that make up the rotator cuff tear. A partial tear may cause mild pain and weakness, while a complete tear can result in severe pain and loss of function. Symptoms of a rotator cuff tear include pain when lifting or moving the arm, weakness in the shoulder, and difficulty sleeping on the affected side. Treatment for a rotator cuff tear may involve physical therapy, medication, or surgery depending on the severity of the injury.

Ultrasound: Rotator cuff injuries are often diagnosed through imaging tests such as an ultrasound scan to look for tendon tears. Treatment options depend on the severity of the injury and can range from rest and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines to strengthening and stretching exercises, ultrasound therapy, x-ray, corticosteroid injections, or surgery in severe cases. At Johns Hopkins Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, a team of orthopedic specialists is available to diagnose and treat common and complex shoulder and elbow conditions including rotator cuff tears and ulnar collateral ligament tears.

Range of motion: A rotator cuff injury can greatly affect the range of motion in your shoulder. This may lead to difficulty in performing everyday tasks such as reaching for objects or lifting heavy loads. To diagnose a rotator cuff injury, healthcare providers perform a physical exam to check for shoulder tenderness, range of motion and arm strength. They may also use imaging scans like an X-ray to identify bone spurs and rule out similar conditions like arthritis or a pinched nerve. Rehabilitation therapy, including range of motion and strengthening exercises, is critical for patients with lower functional demands to return them to better function.

Swelling: Rotator cuff injuries can cause swelling in the affected area leading to pain and discomfort. Applying hot or cold packs to the affected shoulder can help reduce swelling, as well as resting the affected arm and wearing a sling to isolate arm motions. In addition, physical therapy exercises can help restore strength and range of motion while cortisone injections may be used to ease pain and swelling. Over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications like ibuprofen and naproxen can also help minimize pain and swelling associated with rotator cuff injuries. It is important to seek medical attention if symptoms persist despite these measures.

Shoulder joint: The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint, providing stability and mobility. A rotator cuff injury can be caused by repetitive overhead movements or sudden trauma to the shoulder. Treatment options for this type of injury range from non-surgical approaches like physical therapy and rest to surgical interventions such as arthroscopic repair or open surgery. It’s important to seek medical attention if you experience chronic shoulder pain, weakness, or difficulty sleeping due to your symptoms. A healthcare provider can evaluate your condition and recommend an appropriate treatment plan.

Steroid injection: A rotator cuff injury can cause severe pain and discomfort. If the pain persists after trying non-surgical treatments, your doctor may suggest a steroid injection to reduce inflammation and alleviate pain. Steroid injections are effective in reducing swelling and pain in the shoulder, enabling better movement and flexibility. However, it’s important to note that steroid injections should only be used as a temporary solution and not for long-term treatment of rotator cuff injuries. Physical therapy is also recommended to learn strengthening and stretching exercises to support the healing process.

Rotator cuff problems are quite common, with more than two million Americans experiencing some type of rotator cuff problem every year. These issues can affect people of all ages and genders, although they tend to be more common in adults. A rotator cuff tear is one of the most common causes of pain and disability among adults. Injury and degeneration are the two main causes of rotator cuff tears. It’s essential to seek medical attention if you suspect you have a rotator cuff injury to receive proper treatment and prevent further damage.

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are commonly used to treat rotator cuff injuries. These drugs help to minimize pain and swelling associated with the injury. Along with NSAIDs, physical therapy is also recommended to learn strengthening and stretching exercises that can help in the recovery process. For severe injuries or tears, surgery may be required. Corticosteroid injections may also be given to ease pain and swelling, but it’s not clear if they offer any long-term advantage over physical therapy and NSAIDs use. If the pain persists, a clinician may suggest an NSAID or corticosteroid injection.

Carpenters are among the professions that are most at risk of rotator cuff injuries due to the repetitive shoulder movements that this job requires. Other occupations that may lead to this type of injury include painters, mechanics, and athletes who play tennis, baseball, or rowing. Age is also a factor as degenerative tears are more common in people over 40 years old. If you suspect a rotator cuff injury, diagnosis typically involves a physical exam and imaging tests such as x-rays or an MRI. Treatment options vary depending on the severity of the injury and may include rest, physical therapy, or surgery.

A torn rotator cuff is a common injury, especially as people age. Symptoms include pain at the top and side of the shoulder, difficulty raising the arm, weakness in the shoulder, and clicking or popping sounds during arm movements. Recovery can be aided through exercises and stretches recommended by a physiotherapist, as well as rest and pain relief measures. In some cases, surgery may be necessary to reattach the torn rotator cuff. It is important to see a doctor if any of these symptoms are experienced.

Shoulder impingement is a common cause of rotator cuff injuries. It occurs when the tendons in the shoulder become trapped between the top of the arm and the shoulder blade, leading to friction and eventually tears. Age, repetitive overhead movement, and previous shoulder injuries are among the risk factors for this condition. Diagnosis involves a physical exam and diagnostic imaging such as x-rays, MRI, or ultrasound. Treatment may involve rest, physical therapy, or surgery depending on the severity of the injury.

Rotator cuff injury is a common cause of shoulder pain, especially in older and active people. It affects the muscles and tendons in your shoulder and can be caused by repetitive overhead arm movements, lifting heavy objects, falling on an outstretched arm, or degeneration due to aging. Treatment options for rotator cuff injury include both surgical and non-surgical methods. Simple home therapies like rest, ice, and physical therapy can also help relieve the pain associated with rotator cuff tendonitis, which is the most common cause of shoulder pain.

Normal wear: A rotator cuff injury is a common problem that occurs due to normal wear and tear of the shoulder tissues, especially in people over the age of 40. Repetitive or overhead movements involved in certain occupations or hobbies such as carpentry, painting, tennis, or baseball can also increase the risk of this injury. However, it can also occur suddenly due to falls or heavy lifting. It is important to seek medical attention if you experience symptoms such as pain, weakness, or limited range of motion in your shoulder.

Soft tissues: A rotator cuff injury is a common cause of shoulder pain and can occur due to overuse or trauma. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint and help keep it stable. When these soft tissues become damaged, it can result in pain, weakness, and limited mobility. Diagnosis of a rotator cuff injury often involves imaging tests such as MRI or ultrasound, which can show the extent of the damage to the soft tissues. Treatment options vary based on the severity of the injury and may include rest, physical therapy, or surgery.

Upper arm bone: The rotator cuff is a group of four tendons that attach muscles to the scapula and upper arm bone. These tendons play an important role in lifting and moving your arms away from your body. The rotator cuff also helps to keep the ball of the upper arm bone (humerus) in the shoulder blade socket. A rotator cuff injury can occur due to overuse or a sudden trauma, causing pain and limited mobility in the affected area. Proper treatment, including rest, physical therapy, and sometimes surgery, can help to alleviate symptoms and restore function.

Shoulder muscles: The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint, allowing it to move and maintain stability. A rotator cuff injury can occur due to a sudden trauma or overuse of the shoulder muscles. Strengthening exercises for the shoulder muscles can help improve function and decrease pain in many cases without surgery. Physical therapy is often recommended as part of treatment, along with medications to reduce pain and swelling. It’s important to follow your doctor’s advice and practice safe movements to avoid further injury.

Nonsurgical treatment: While rotator cuff tears typically require surgery for complete healing, many patients can still improve their shoulder function and reduce pain with nonsurgical treatment. Nonsurgical treatment options include physical therapy, rest, and strengthening exercises that focus on the shoulder muscles. In fact, about 80-85% of patients find relief through nonsurgical treatments alone. However, it is important to note that the severity of the tear will determine if surgery is necessary to fully correct the injury.

A full-thickness or complete tear of the rotator cuff leads to complete detachment of the tendon from the bone. This results in a hole or rip in the tendon that can cause severe pain and weakness in the shoulder. There are two kinds of rotator cuff tears – partial and complete. In partial tears, the tendon still somewhat attaches to the arm bone, whereas in full-thickness tears, there is detachment of part of the tendon from the bone. Treatment for a rotator cuff injury depends on the severity, but physical therapy and surgery may be necessary for a full-thickness tear.

Medical advice: If you suspect that you have a rotator cuff injury, it is essential to seek medical advice. This can help you get the right diagnosis and treatment plan to manage your injury. It’s important to note that no content on any website should ever be used as a substitute for direct medical advice from your doctor or other qualified clinician. If you are experiencing severe pain or limited mobility, it’s best to seek medical attention immediately. A qualified orthopedic surgeon can provide expert advice and guidance on how to manage and treat your rotator cuff injury effectively.

Lack of blood supply: The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint. One of the main reasons for rotator cuff injuries is the lack of blood supply to this area. With age, the blood flow to the rotator cuff decreases, making it difficult for small tears to heal and leading to larger tears. People who perform jobs that require repetitive arm movements or participate in sports such as baseball, tennis, rowing, and weightlifting are at higher risk of overuse tears. It is important to seek medical attention if you experience any pain or discomfort in your shoulder as it may be an indication of a rotator cuff injury.

Symptoms of a rotator cuff injury may include pain and tenderness in the shoulder, weakness or difficulty moving the arm, and a clicking or popping sound when moving the shoulder. It’s important to seek medical attention if you experience these symptoms to receive proper diagnosis and treatment.

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