Your shoulder has a broad and adaptable range of motion.
When something goes wrong with your shoulder, it restricts your ability to move freely and can cause significant pain and discomfort.
Anyone suffering from shoulder pain or other chronic problems can benefit from our all-natural pain management choices. With our help, you won’t have to undergo surgery or take opioids to get your arm working again.
What causes shoulder pain?
Because of its wide range of motion, the shoulder is one of the body’s most unstable joints. Injuries might occur because the ball of the upper arm is larger than the shoulder socket. It is also necessary to support the shoulder joint with soft tissues such as muscles, tendons, and ligaments that are prone to damage as well as overuse or underuse.
Shoulder difficulties can be exacerbated or accompanied by discomfort that radiates to the shoulder from other parts of the body due to degenerative disorders or diseases.
The following are some of the most common shoulder problems:
- Impingement syndrome
- Rotator cuff tear
- Adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder)
- Inflamed bursae
- Arthritis inflammation
How soon should I contact a doctor if I’m experiencing discomfort in my upper back or shoulders?
A physician should be seen if pain or limited range of motion persists in the shoulder.
Any of the following conditions should be reported to our clinic for immediate attention:.
- Having a hard time moving one’s arm when clothing oneself
- Inability to go to the top of a tall bookcase
- It hurts to lift or carry things
- Pushing, yanking, or reaching causes excruciating pain.
- Pain at the back of the neck at rest
Emergency services should be called immediately if your shoulder discomfort is sudden and unrelated to an incident, as it could indicate a heart attack or other medical emergency.
What is the best way to deal with a sore shoulder?
Regardless of your condition or amount of pain, our clinic’s treatment can help alleviate your shoulder pain, allowing you to move more freely and comfortably.
A wide range of shoulder pain disorders can be treated and managed by our medical experts. Shoulder pain can be accurately diagnosed and treated using a variety of methods, including manual therapy techniques and exercises prescribed by your doctor.
Some of the most common types of treatment for shoulder pain include:
- Lifting and carrying are examples of practical actions.
- Physical therapy.
- Manipulation of the soft tissues
- Injections of the trigger points
- Regenerative therapies such as Platelet Rich Plasma
- Exercises to build muscle
- Injecting the joints
- Exercising one’s range of motion