Types of Treatment
The shoulder is made up of several joints that work together to allow for a wide range of motion in your arm, everything from eating to throwing the perfect pitch.
This mobility makes it a very functional joint, but its complex nature can easily cause dysfunction or shoulder pain. Instability or impingement of the soft tissue or bony structures in your shoulder can cause severe pain and lead to more complicated issues such as a frozen shoulder.
Our physical therapists can help pinpoint the cause of your shoulder pain and create an individualized plan for you. Our physical therapy for shoulder pain may include using therapeutic modalities, manual techniques and exercises to help control your pain and/or inflammation. It is also likely they would teach you a home exercise program to further improve the strength and mobility of your shoulder.
Physical therapy for shoulder pain can improve mobility and comfort regardless of the condition. Our physical therapists work to ensure every patient can move beyond their shoulder pain and get back to living their life.