SHOULDER PAIN RELIEF
Shoulder pain can sometimes be difficult to distinguish from neck pain because it is pain that occurs in and around the shoulder joints. Shoulders are the most movable joints in the body because they connect to the arms and torso. If there is shoulder pain occurring, that is usually a result of injury or disease, affecting the shoulder joints.
Common Injury Symptoms and Causes
Rotator Cuff Tears – This injury occurs when one of the four main muscle and tendon groups that are responsible for lifting and supporting your shoulder are damaged. In severe cases, muscles and tendons may tear completely from the bone.
Shoulder Degeneration – More commonly known as osteoarthritis, degeneration of the shoulder joint can occur from overuse or old age. This degenerative condition must be treated to help slow or stop damage.
Labrum Tears – The shoulder is a ball and socket joint. These bones are surrounded by a ring of soft connective tissue, which is called the labrum. Tearing of this tissue can cause pain or the ball joint of the shoulder to slip out of place.
We offer Chiropractic care, Cold Laser therapy as well as Compression Massage for these conditions. All are non-invasive treatment options for chronic back conditions.
Chiropractic care focuses on the relationship between structure (primarily the spine) & function (as coordinated by the nervous system) and how that relationship affects the preservation and restoration of health. Read our FAQs.
Cold Laser or Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) utilizes specific wavelengths of light to interact with tissue in your body to help speed up the healing process. Patients suffering from a wide variety of chronic and acute conditions have see a reduction in pain, swelling, muscle spasms and a truly noticeable improvement in range of motion.
We offer free consultations to help our patients determine which therapies are the best options. Contact us today.
Say Goodbye to Pain and Hello to Living
Providing Chiropractic Care & Injury Rehabilitation to the North Shore Community