Shoulder pain and Chiropractic
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Chiropractic is concerned with the diagnosis, treatment, management and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health and therefore this may be an effective treatment for those suffering with shoulder pain. Shoulder pain may result either from a disturbance directly in the shoulder joint, pain referred from a neck problem or sometimes both. Chiropractors who may be experienced at diagnosing and treating shoulder pain are available in Watford, Nice and Camden.
Pain directly in the shoulder joint can be a result of an injury that has wrenched or jarred the joint thereby straining tendons and muscles, spraining ligaments, or even loosening the ball and socket arrangement. The shoulder movement may be relatively free but is not possible without discomfort. Treatment is aimed at maintaining muscle power and mobility of the joint whilst relieving pain. Chiropractics may also look at associated areas such as the neck and spine for possible secondary complications. If you feel a chiropractor may be able to be of assistance to you we have chiropractors you can contact in North Cardiff, Wembley and Wickford.
A frozen shoulder causes the tissues to tighten and contract severely limiting the upward and backward movements of the arm. It can be a complication of injury or can develop on its own without an obvious cause. General activities that we normally take for granted like dressing, washing and many daily habits become impossible without considerable thought and adaptation. Chiropractic treatment may help by stretching and strengthening the soft tissues that are restricting movement, relieving pain and mobilizing the joint. Chiropractors who may be able to help you with treatment for relieving a frozen shoulder are situated in Islington, Easingwold and Dorking.
In the over 50's and later decades there is likely to be a certain amount of natural wear and tear associated with a lifetime of use. Previous injuries, sporting activities, hobbies and work history may have had an impact specifically on one or both shoulders. Chiropractic practitioners can help diagnose and plan treatment to help ease shoulder problems and they are located in Chiswick, Shoreham and Chester.
If shoulder pain is causing you discomfort and frustration then a visit to a chiropractor may provide a welcome solution and a brighter future with less pain and more mobility. Different chiropractors may advocate slightly different treatments depending upon their assessment of your symptoms.