HOLISTIC THERAPY CAN HELP YOU GET THE SHOULDER PAIN RELIEF YOU DESERVE
GET RID OF SHOULDER PAIN ONCE AND FOR ALL!
You may be suffering shoulder pain of various causes, and the intensity can range from the transient pain of a torn muscle to the painful “bone-on-bone” friction of arthritis.
Shoulder pain can manifest itself in various ways, such as when you reach for the top shelf to put dishes away or when you struggle to find a comfortable sleeping position. It might appear as a result of an injury, causing you to experience a dull agonizing ache or even as if your shoulder is trapped.
Whatever sort of shoulder discomfort you are suffering, NORTHSTAR INTEGRATED HEALTH & PHYSICAL MEDICINE CENTER is committed to providing you with the most acceptable options to get you well and back in the game as soon as possible.
WHAT ROLE WILL HOLISTIC THERAPY HAVE IN TREATING MY SHOULDER PAIN?
NORTHSTAR INTEGRATED HEALTH & PHYSICAL MEDICINE CENTER treatments are natural, simple, and relaxing. Most importantly, we use excellent methods of relieving shoulder discomfort without the need for hazardous medicines or invasive surgery.
Our holistic doctor at NORTHSTAR INTEGRATED HEALTH & PHYSICAL MEDICINE CENTER has treated several patients suffering from shoulder pain with patients seeing progress and relief after only a fewer brief sessions.
Our practitioners are movement specialists trained to identify the source of your discomfort using a range of diagnostic approaches. During your physical assessment, your doctor will move your neck and shoulder, examine your posture and range of motion as well as look for structural damage using special holistic tests. Once completed, your doctor will prescribe a plan for you that will focus on immediate pain relief and symptom modification by using one or more specific movements, manual techniques, therapeutic modalities, and advice tailored to your particular case. Following that, recovery of function is critical, and your doctor will broaden your treatment plan to include strengthening of your shoulder and surrounding muscle groups, as well as progressive (re-)exposure to your activity, and finally back to normal.
SHOULDER PAIN CAN OCCUR DUE TO A VARIETY OF DISORDERS.
Because of the complexities of the shoulder joint, there are several possibilities for pain-causing conditions. The following are the most prevalent reasons for shoulder pain:
TEAR IN THE ROTATOR CUFF
The rotator cuff comprises four muscles, tendons, and soft tissues surrounding the shoulder joint. The rotator cuff has to properly guide the movement of the shoulder joint. The rotator cuff can be partially or completely torn due to injury, misuse, bad posture, or even aging. Depending on the degree and circumstances, although holistic therapy treatments may frequently help relieve pain and restore rotator cuff strength, surgery may be required. If surgery is needed, holistic therapy is an essential component of pre-and post-surgical rehabilitation for a full recovery.
ARE YOU BE SUFFERING FROM A ROTATOR CUFF TEAR?
The rotator cuff consists of the muscles and tendons surrounding your shoulder joint. The rotator cuff can get ripped or strained due to repetitive overhead motions such as those done in sports like tennis or vocations like carpentry.
If you have a rotator cuff injury, you will often experience a dull ache deep in your shoulder, arm weakness, trouble reaching behind your back, and disrupted sleep due to discomfort. Our natural and non-invasive treatments at NORTHSTAR INTEGRATED HEALTH & PHYSICAL MEDICINE CENTER can help ease your shoulder pain and allow you to fully heal your rotator cuff damage.
While severe rotator cuff problems may require surgery, there are numerous circumstances where holistic therapy can work just as well (if not better).
According to recent research, treating non-traumatic rotator cuff injuries with physiotherapy alone gives outcomes comparable to arthroscopic surgery and open surgical repair. So, in general, non-conservative treatments like physiotherapy, chiropractic, and massage therapy should be regarded as the primary treatment for this illness.
We will carry out several physical assessments to discover the nature of your rotator cuff pain at NORTHSTAR MEDICAL CENTER, and we will build a specific treatment plan based on the demands of your diagnosis and your physical objectives.
Adhesive capsulitis, also well-known as “frozen shoulder,” causes tightness and painful loss of mobility in the shoulder joint. It can occur if your arm has been in a cast or sling for a lengthy period due to an accident, or if you have been bedridden for an extended of time. People are more prone to frozen shoulder based on ethnicity, gender, and age.
Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are two types of arthritis that affect the shoulder. Osteoarthritis occurs due to “wear and tear,” as a result of age or heavy misuse. Rheumatoid arthritis occurs due to the immune system attacking the joint’s membranes, causing pain and inflammation.
Believe it or not, issues in your neck might cause up to 50% of your shoulder pain.
WHAT CAUSED MY SHOULDER PAIN?
Your shoulder is capable of a wide range of physical accomplishments. It also has the most incredible range of motion of any joint in your body. The upper arm bone (humerus) fits exactly in the corresponding space within the shoulder blade as a “ball-and-socket” joint (scapula). However, with its complexities comes a greater risk of injury, resulting in shoulder pain and discomfort.
The sort of pain you experience in your shoulder depends on what is causing it. Impingement pain, for example, often occurs when you lift your arm and pain begins at a specific position during the range of motion.
Pain from a deteriorating shoulder might cause chronic discomfort whenever you move your arm in specific directions. Acute injuries can cause sharp, excruciating aches that make it hard to move your shoulder at all.
ARE YOU READY TO BEGIN?
Contact NORTHSTAR NORTHSTAR INTEGRATED HEALTH & PHYSICAL MEDICINE CENTER to set up an appointment and begin your journey toward pain alleviation and, more importantly, getting back to doing the things you like.