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Shoulder Chiropractor Celebration, FL

If you regularly suffer from shoulder pain, you aren’t alone. According to the World Health Organization, about 9% of Americans deal with shoulder pain on a frequent basis. Shoulder pain can come as a result of injury, repetitive movement, or simply growing old. Find out why chiropractic therapy is a popular and effective treatment for all types of shoulder pain, and make an appointment with Peak Chiropractic in Celebration, FL today.

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The Effects of Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain is unique because it can debilitate the use of your arm. This can affect everything from daily tasks to your performance on the job. In addition to causing pain and discomfort, shoulder pain can limit your range of motion, thereby limiting many of the activities you enjoy on a daily basis. It’s crucial to seek treatment before your pain becomes too severe.

Shoulder Anatomy

To understand your pain, it helps to know a little about the anatomy of your shoulders:

  • Rotator Cuff. Tendons connect bone to bone. The rotator cuff is comprised of four tendons in the shoulder.
  • Joints. The shoulder is made up of two joints—the glenohumeral joint and acromioclavicular joint.
  • Scapula. Also known as the shoulder blade, the scapula connects the shoulder to your collar bone.

Common Types of Shoulder Pain

Surrounded by muscle, bursa, and other tissue that’s prone to inflammation, shoulder pain can come from a variety of sources. Since the shoulder is a complex joint with multiple parts, shoulder pain comes in a variety of forms. These are some of the most common conditions related to the shoulder:

  • Calcific Tendonitis
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Bicep Tendonitis
  • Bicep Tendon Rupture
  • Shoulder Osteoarthritis
  • AC Separation
  • Dislocated Shoulder
  • SLAP Tears

Is It Time To Seek Treatment?

Temporary shoulder pain may not warrant a doctor visit, but when the pain becomes consistent and begins to impact your daily life, it’s important to seek medical help. Other signs that it’s time to seek treatment include:

  • Degraded range of movement
  • Inability to use your arm
  • Decrease in motor skills
  • Pain is becoming worse
  • You’re unsure of the cause of your shoulder pain
  • It’s accompanied by other unexpected symptoms, like headaches or neck pain
  • You notice redness and swelling around the shoulder joint

How Chiropractic Therapy Can Help

With a focus on decreasing inflammation and enhancing your range of motion, chiropractic can help to treat your shoulder pain:

Laser therapy can help to relieve inflammation, reduce pain, and restore function. Learn more.

Chiropractic adjustments can help to reduce joint restrictions and misalignments in your shoulder. Learn more.

At Peak Chiropractic, we offer access to an advanced personal trainer who has years of experience helping patients with effective physical therapy techniques. Learn more.

Make An Appointment

Shoulder pain affects millions of Americans and significantly impact your quality of life. Chiropractic therapy offers non-invasive, medicine-free treatment that can end your pain at its source. Contact us today to learn more about our treatment options.

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