Shoulder Pain

Pivotal Chiropractic and Wellness: Helping with Shoulder Pain

Pain in the shoulder is very frequent and can have a serious impact on your everyday life. Basic tasks like getting dressed or lifting stuff may become arduous. You may be wondering what your alternatives are for relieving shoulder discomfort if you’re currently suffering it. How about chiropractic care?

Shoulder discomfort is just one of the many musculoskeletal issues that we treat at Pivotal Chiropractic and Wellness.

Identifying and Treating the Underlying Cause

To solve this problem, first we must learn what is causing it. A muscular strain, tendinitis, or something else entirely might be the source of your discomfort. Our chiropractors will do a thorough evaluation of your issue and work with you to create a personalized treatment plan. You may benefit from chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy, or both to reduce your discomfort and maximize your mobility.

Relieving Pain and Discomfort

Getting rid of discomfort is a major upside of seeing a chiropractor. Shoulder pain? A chiropractor’s adjustment could be the answer. In order to alleviate your discomfort, our chiropractors will collaborate with you to determine the best course of action.

Improving Range of Motion and Functionality

Chiropractors are trained to alleviate pain while also increasing mobility and functioning in the shoulder joint. Chiropractors can assist people with shoulder discomfort restore their full range of motion and return to their regular activities. Chiropractic adjustments and other forms of physical therapy like stretching and strength training may be used to achieve this.

We at Pivotal Chiropractic and Wellness are committed to seeing each of our patients reach their full potential in terms of physical and mental health. Don’t wait to get in touch with us if shoulder discomfort is preventing you from living your life to the fullest. The skilled chiropractors on our staff will collaborate with you to create a unique treatment strategy.

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