shoulder pain


Shoulder pain is very common among individuals. It may arise from some sort of injury related to work, or sports, or it may be a gradual onset that finally disturbs your activities. The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the body, but is also the least stable. If you are experiencing ay of the following signs, it might be time to visit your physical therapist.

• Increased difficulty with movement

• Increased pain with movement

• Pain that is constant or lingers

• Pain that continuously gets worse

• Severe ache/pain

• Weakness in the shoulder/arm

Because the shoulder is so mobile, the source of shoulder pain can be from a number of structures. Things such as:

• Arthritis

• Stiff joints

• Tendon inflammation

• Bursitis

• Shoulder dislocation

• Cartilage, muscle or tendon tears

• Rotator cuff injury

• Breaks or fractures

If you are experiencing any of these conditions, or, if you have had surgery for any of these, please allow our experienced therapists to assess your conditions and provide treatment to aide in your recovery.

Remember, with Direct Access, you don’t need a prescription from your doctor. Simply call one of our physical therapy clinics today to make an appointment.