Shoulder injuries are one of the most common joint problems in professional or recreational athletes, industrial laborers, and office workers. The most important aspect of shoulder pain control is to be aware that active exercise of proper intensity, duration, and especially proper technique is much more beneficial than quiet rest for the injured shoulder.
Once you are injured:
Shoulder injuries require proper individualized exercise instruction to help guide the timing and coordination of the muscles that control shoulder function. The muscles and soft tissues all work together in a coordinated mechanism to move the complex shoulder joint.
Shoulder pain and dysfunction requires medical intervention. Your physical therapist can help evaluate and treat shoulder injuries and dysfunction to help get you back to enjoying a pain free and active lifestyle.
We look forward to being a part of your healthcare team.
From injury recovery to movement and performance enhancement, patient success is our passion. Our therapists are committed to the application of evidence-based treatment techniques to ensure you experience the best in rehabilitation and preventative care and see progress with every visit.