The village of Rolvenden dates from at least Saxon times. The Parish of Rolvenden comprises of the ward of Rolvenden (known locally as the ‘Streyte’) and the smaller younger (circa 1660) Rolvenden Layne. It is approximately ten square miles in area, given over largely to farming and rural activities, with a growing number of professional, craft and tourist services. It is located on the A28 Ashford to Hastings road, three miles south of Tenterden.
It is roughly equidistant from the centre of Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone and Hastings. The nearest mainline railway station is at Headcorn, with a bus connection to the village. Rolvenden lies within the jurisdiction of Ashford Borough Council and is also within the High Weald AONB and the South Kent development area.
No win no fee in Rolvenden
For the people who live or work in Rolvenden or surrounding areas we have the No win no fee in Rolvenden team at Accident Advice Helpline. The no win no fee in Rolvenden team is a team of in house solicitors who take on accident compensation claims for people seeking cash compensation after they have suffered injuries due to accidents which were not their own fault. The No win no fee in Rolvenden team can deal with all sorts of injury claims. Due to being in the business for over a decade they have vast experience and can advise and help you on any injury. For example if you have suffered a shoulder injury they can help you.
If you are experiencing pain in your shoulder, ask yourself these questions:
- Is your shoulder stiff? Can you rotate your arm in all the normal positions?
- Does it feel like your shoulder could pop out or slide out of the socket?
- Do you lack the strength in your shoulder to carry out your daily activities?
Most problems in the shoulder involve the muscles, ligaments, and tendons, rather than the bones. Athletes are especially susceptible to shoulder problems. In athletes, shoulder problems can develop slowly through repetitive, intensive training routines.
Some people will have a tendency to ignore the pain and “play through” a shoulder injury, which only aggravates the condition, and may possibly cause more problems. People also may underestimate the extent of their injury because steady pain, weakness in the arm, or limitation of joint motion will become almost second nature to them.
Orthopaedic surgeons group shoulder problems into the following categories.
Sometimes, one of the shoulder joints moves or is forced out of its normal position. This condition is called instability, and can result in a dislocation of one of the joints in the shoulder. Individuals suffering from an instability problem will experience pain when raising their arm. They also may feel as if their shoulder is slipping out of place.
Impingement is caused by excessive rubbing of the shoulder muscles against the top part of the shoulder blade, called the acromion.
Impingement problems can occur during activities that require excessive overhead arm motion. Medical care should be sought immediately for inflammation in the shoulder because it could eventually lead to a more serious injury.
If any of the above has affected you and or you believe you may have received one of these injuries through no fault of your own, then feel free to contact us today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 22nd February 2014