Dynamic Rehabilitation has been helping individuals with Shoulder Injuries for over 30 years.
A common form of shoulder pain comes from osteoarthritis of the shoulder (shoulder OA) is a condition that occurs when the cartilage that lines the sides of the shoulder joint is worn or torn away. It may be caused by injury or dislocation of the shoulder, or “wear and tear” of the shoulder over time.
Shoulder OA develops most often in people in their 50s, and beyond.
Shoulder injuries also can develop in younger people after trauma or surgery to a joint. Shoulder injuries may cause you to experience:
Pain with activities that relieves with rest
Decreased shoulder movement (range of motion),
especially when reaching back as if grabbing a seat belt
Stiffness and eventual difficulty using the affected arm
Pain at rest and difficulty sleeping as the condition worsens
When someone develops shoulder pain, the first recommended treatment is physical therapy. The following treatments may prolong the time until surgery is needed, or help you avoid surgery altogether:
Improving tolerance of daily activities.
Improving shoulder mobility.
Improving the strength of your muscles.
Your therapist will work with your doctor to determine the best approach to treating you.
Call us today and we will get you seen within 48 hours for a comprehensive evaluation