Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain

Causes of Shoulder Pain

There are several reasons why you could experience an injury or pain in your shoulders. Risk factors for a frozen shoulder include having diabetes and having your shoulder immobilized for long periods of time, such as after a fracture. Rotator cuff injuries occur most frequently in individuals who move their arms in overhead motions. These repetitive motions are often performed on the job or during sports activities. Sometimes, however, rotator cuff injuries are the result of a single incident. A dislocated shoulder is when the arm bone actually pops out of the socket in the shoulder blade. This condition is often the result of a fall, a traumatic accident or a sports injury.

How Physical Therapy Can Help Shoulder Pain

If you’re experiencing pain or injury in your shoulders, a physical therapist can evaluate your range of motion and functional abilities. The therapist would then put together an individualized treatment plan to relieve pain and restore mobility. Other goals would include reducing inflammation, decreasing muscle spasms and increasing the healing process. There are several methods a PT could use during treatment:

• Strengthening and stretching exercises
• Heat or ice treatments
• Ultrasound
• Electrical stimulation

Many people can recover from various types of shoulder conditions without having surgery. Physical therapy can play a major role in your recovery without having to use invasive methods. Even if surgery is required, physical therapy can help you both before and after to improve healing time and increase your range of motion.

Our Physical Therapy Approach to Shoulder Pain

Our physical therapy team at FYZICAL Beresford has the experience and expertise to help you heal from a variety of shoulder conditions. They will work to reduce pain, increase mobility, and help you resume your regular activities as quickly as possible. Whether it’s a rotator cuff injury, a dislocated shoulder or any other type of shoulder injury, a physical therapist can help you improve mobility and get you back to participating in your daily activities. Get effective shoulder pain relief treatment. Click here to request an appointment at FYZICAL Beresford today. You don’t have to live with ongoing shoulder pain!