Many of our patients come to us suffering with severe shoulder pain and reduced lack of movement thanks to injuries in their shoulders. Whether it’s a sports injury, age-related or perhaps from years of sedentary office work, dealing with shoulder discomfort and limited range of motion can be greatly upsetting and painful.
Shoulder Injuries: Rotator Cuff Tendonitis and More
Your shoulders are made of a ball and socket joint. Shoulder injuries are common because the joint has a large range of motion.
If you’re feeling pain or tingling in your shoulder and having difficulty moving it, your pain may come from one or more of the following causes:
- Rotator Cuff Tendonitis (typically from overuse)
- Strains from overexertion
- Shoulder joint instability
- Frozen shoulder
- Pinched nerves (also called radiculopathy)
How to Manage A Pinched Nerve in Shoulder & Other Shoulder Discomforts
It doesn’t matter whether you have a pinched nerve in shoulder or are dealing with what’s called “frozen shoulder,” there is a way to regain motion and strength in a more holistic way. The team at Advanced Wellness works together utilizing your health history, an exam, as well as diagnostic tests including MRI or X-rays in order to create an individualized treatment plan to get you feeling great again.
Discover a healthy, pain-free new you— call us today at 732-431-2155