The shoulder is an incredibly mobile joint, which can move in many directions. Because of this, it is very susceptible to injury.
The worst part about injuring your shoulder is that it limits many of your daily routine tasks, which require the full motion of your shoulder, such as carrying or picking something up, reaching for an object, or doing any upper body exercise.
Shoulder pain can be caused by several different events or conditions such as rotator cuff tears, strains, general wear and tear due to aging, bruising, and many more.
The most common source of shoulder pain tends to be related in some way to poor spinal alignment and poor posture.
First we identify the cause, then we work with you to figure out the best way to treat your shoulder.
Every case of shoulder pain is different, but in some cases the problem is centered on the cervical spine (neck), which will be carefully examined and may be adjusted. As you progress through different stages of care, any underlying causes of your shoulder pain will also get addressed so that the pain does not come back.
Our goal is to help you recover from shoulder pain quickly and effectively while creating lasting changes in your body that prevent shoulder pain from returning in the future.