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Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can originate from cervical and thoracic Injuries and can occur from a variety of reasons. Since the spine bears a majority of the body’s weight, fractures and misalignment can cause excessive pressure and pain in the cervical and lumber regions of the body. The prevalence of neck, shoulder has increased. Shoulder Pain can lower quality of life, sleep disruptions, care seeking and absenteeism. Recurrences of  Shoulder Pain have been shown to be both frequent and costly. Studies shown that pain does not resolve itself when ignored.


What Are The Causes Of Shoulder Pain?

Shoulder back pain can comes from joints, muscle trigger point,neural tension,referred pain, radicular pain, somatic pain, overuse and repetitive strain. Myofascial pain and fibromyalgia are common local painful muscle disorder caused by myofascial trigger points and tender points. Other pain conditions can originate from bone and softt tissue tumors, endocrine disorder,infection and some diseases. 

How Can Shoulder Pain Be Treated?

We can combine evidence-based treatment trigger point therapy, joint mobiliuzation,traction,muscle energy techniques, neural stretching,and soft tissue therapy for your back pain:

 Advanced Body Work:

Trigger Point Therapy, Soft Tissue Therapy,

Clinical Massage



shoulder treatment




Mind-Body Medicine - Biofeedback



 Nutritional Therapy - Joint Care Supplement  
 Exercise Therapy  

Shoulder Care



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