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Shoulder pain

shoulder-pain-shutterstock_106057076The shoulder joint has the greatest range of motion in the body (360 degrees), and subsequently is very susceptible to injury including, sprains, strains, tendonitis, dislocation, bursitis, torn rotator cuffs, arthritis and fractures. Chiropractic care can help with shoulder pain treatment and relief in many ways.

When we have shoulder pain, the neck affects the health of the shoulders. Chiropractic care can help with sprains or strains by working on the muscles and the nerve supply. If any joint is in trouble, Dr. Goel also reviews the surrounding joints for overcompensation. She recognizes that our bodies don’t develop issues one place at a time, and can pinpoint the problem but also help rehabilitate the surrounding area that is strained due to injury. Through chiropractic care, Dr. Goel helps remobilize the joint, and assigns rehabilitative exercises so that you can regain your health and mobility as soon as possible.

The rotator cuff is formed by four muscles that hold the shoulder joint in the socket. Rotator cuff injuries are commonly seen among people who do repetitive overhead reaching, as well as among athletes who throw or are involved in sports with repetitive motions such as tennis or baseball players or golfers. These injuries do not discriminate in age or gender and could happen while performing routine tasks.

Chiropractic care is a safe, efficient and effective way not only for eradicating the pain but also to address the underlying cause. You do not need to suffer needlessly from shoulder pain. . If you are interested in finding out more about how chiropractic can help treat shoulder pain, book an appointment with Dr. Goel and see for yourself how simple and wonderful chiropractic can feel.