If you are searching for a chiropractor in Orlando, Spine and Injury Associates is ready to give you the treatment you deserve. When you are dealing with shoulder pain, tightness, and poor range of motion of your shoulder joint, it's important to seek treatment to ease your symptoms. Pain in your shoulder can be caused by several different factors, and a chiropractor can assess your joint to provide comprehensive treatment.
Assessing Your Shoulder Pain
Our chiropractor will take a careful look at your shoulder to figure out what is causing your pain. Your range of motion will be measured, as well as your strength. Your shoulder is a complex joint, and it can be adjusted by a chiropractor to optimize the joint. Once our chiropractor determines the cause of your shoulder pain, a treatment plan is developed to give you the care you need.
Chiropractic Care for Shoulder Pain
Your treatment plan for shoulder pain will include adjustments to optimize your shoulder joint. Ultrasound can help improve circulation to tight muscles and soft tissue. Hot or cold therapy can reduce inflammation and increase circulation. Soft tissue mobilization will help ease muscle tightness, and help to support the healing of your muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
What to Expect From Chiropractic Care
As you heal your shoulder pain with the help of a chiropractor, understand that maintaining your progress takes effort at home too. You will learn exercises to do at home that will help strengthen the muscles that support your shoulder. If an exercise is painful to do, talk with our chiropractor about what is going on. You should stop an exercise if it is painful, as the strengthening process is supposed to go slowly. As you start to feel better seeing a chiropractor, you can start going to sessions about once a week. Eventually, monthly appointments can keep you on track with your healing, and maintain your overall health.
Find Treatment For Shoulder Pain Today
If you are a resident of Altamonte Springs, Haines City, Plant City, Kissimmee, Winter Haven, Ocala, or Orlando, it's time to see how Spine and Injury Associates can help. Schedule with our office today by calling (407) 434-PAIN (7246) and learn how a chiropractor can reduce or eliminate shoulder pain.