Most Common Illness:
- Rotator Cuff Tear
Impacts shoulder stability, lifting, and rotation.
- Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)
Characterized by shoulder stiffness and pain
- Shoulder Impingement
Caused by the grinding of the top outside edge of the shoulder blade against the rotator cuff below.
- Shoulder Bursitis
Shoulder inflammation causes swelling and redness between the arm bone and shoulder tip.
- Shoulder Tendonitis
Occurs as a result of sports injuries that require the arms to move above the head repeatedly
- Labral Tears
A tear in the tissue that connects the ball and socket portions of the hip.
- AC Joint Injuries (Shoulder Separation)
Occurs when trauma damages the ligaments around the collarbone and shoulder joint.
- Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
Aims to restore muscle strength, joint function, and mobility, while preventing complications.
Happens when the shoulder joint ligaments are strained, torn, or separated, causing the ball of the joint to partially or fully move out of the socket.
- Shoulder pain
Any level of discomfort in or around the area of the shoulder joint.
Shoulder pain that makes it difficult or impossible to move it
Loss of strength of shoulder motion due to inability to create an adequate force.
Shoulder joint bones aren’t held tightly together.
- Clicking or popping
A sharp pain that comes along with a cracking, grinding, or popping shoulder.
- Numbness or tingling
You might not be able to control your shoulders.
- Swelling or inflammation
swelling and redness may spread away from the affected site and go up or down the arm.
- Difficulty with overhead movements
Sudden pain with lifting and reaching movements
- Radiating pain
Pain moves from the shoulder joints to the entire area around
- Muscle spasms
Involuntary muscle contraction in the muscles of the middle or upper back or chest.
- Pain Management
- Neuromuscular re-education
- Manual Therapy
- Stretching and Flexibility Exercises
- Strengthening Exercises
- Posture Training
- Body Mechanics Education
- Activity Modification
- Functional Training
- Home Exercise Program