Our treatments provide pain relief for many varing conditions, including;
Rotator Cuff Tendonitis – Front shoulder pain caused by swelling of the shoulder tendons.
Tendonitis – Through repetitive overuse, over strain and aging, tendons can inflamed, which is known as tendonitis.
Impingement Syndrome – Shoulder pain when reaching overhead or behind.
Adhesive Capsulitis – Also known as Frozen Shoulder. Shoulder pain with loss of motion.
Shoulder pain is most common in athletes, although it can affect anyone. Most shoulder pain occurs when soft tissues in the shoulder are injured or over-used. Soft tissues refer primarily to the muscles, tendons, ligaments and bursae. Shoulder pain can result from trauma in a fall or car accident, or from movements such as swinging a racket, throwing a ball or repetitive movements in the workplace.
The type of shoulder pain you have depends on what tissue is affected. Some injuries lead to inflammatory conditions such as bursitis and tendonitis, while others may lead to arthritis or instability. Sometimes shoulder pain may travel to the elbow or even to the neck. Therefore, you may feel pain in other locations, even though it is coming from the shoulder. Your chiropractor can care for your shoulder pain and offer relief.