An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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If you are suffering from shoulder pain, you can take comfort in knowing there are several things you can do to reduce it. For starters, you can visit a qualified physician to assess why you are experiencing the pain, which will help in being able to create a treatment plan. There are many causes of shoulder pain. Pinpointing the cause of yours is crucial to being able to treat it with the most effective remedies. For some people, shoulder surgery will be required, while for others, simple visits to a chiropractor will be sufficient. And for some, a combination of the two will be recommended.
While there are many causes of shoulder pain, they all stem from either a disease or injury. However, in some cases, the shoulder pain will be a result of both. One thing you should know about the shoulder is that it is designed in a manner that it sacrifices stability for movement. Because of this, it has a high risk for injury. When an injury to the shoulder occurs, this can lead to bursitis, which is an inflammation of the bursae. Another condition it can lead to is tendonitis, which is when the tendons are inflamed. More so, this can lead to a torn rotator cuff, which is extremely painful and causes the shoulder to become 'frozen' in place.
The best way to have shoulder pain diagnosed is to visit a qualified chiropractor who specializes in chiropractic care. At Michaux Family Chiropractic, we employ highly-qualified medical professionals who make it their goal to reduce your pain and improve your quality of life. There are many chiropractic treatment methods that can be used to reduce shoulder pain, including spinal manipulations, stretches, and more. If we think that you are in need of more than chiropractic care, we will make you a referral to the appropriate medical center. We want you to make as full of a recovery as possible.
No matter the type of pain you are experiencing, there is a good chance that a chiropractic care service can be of help. We highly recommend that you contact our Clermont office today to learn more about shoulder pain and how we can effectively treat it. Our goal is to make sure that your shoulder pain is reduced and that it does not lead to other types of pain, including arm and back pain. Call us today at 352-243-7300 to learn more.