Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain often accompanies neck pain and is usually due to sitting for long hours in front of your desk, which can cause your shoulders to round or slouch forward. Left uncorrected over many years, it can create strains in your shoulder that can contribute to frozen shoulder. Having a frozen shoulder can be quite debilitating and frustrating. It often occurs due to micro tears in the muscle and repetitive stress. There are 3 stages that occur with frozen shoulder. The first stage is stiffness in the muscles of the surrounding shoulder. The second stage is inflammation and pain. The third is pain accompanied by limited range of motion due to the muscles fatiguing and seizing up.

Chiropractic care has been shown to be highly effective in managing shoulder pain and rehabilitating frozen shoulder with a combination of chiropractic adjustment, neuromuscular treatment and exercises.