1 in 10 people will suffer with chronic shoulder pain in their lifetime! Rotator cuff problems are believed to account for 25% of people over 50 with shoulder pain. Shoulder pain is common, unfortunately it is commonly mistreated.
Each case is different, and the cause is often hard to find. Our average patient has suffered from pain for more than 6 months and seen 2-3 other providers before finding relief in our office!
Our services aren’t for everyone, but If you are tired of that annoying, frustrating pain that just won’t go away, we invite you to schedule a consultation with us to start getting answers!
Healthy Shoulders should be able to allow the upper arm to touch the ears. Stand with the arms to the side. Keeping the arms straight, bring the arms out to the side and up to the head as close as you can. Does your arm hit your head? Is it painful at any point? If your arm fails to touch your head and/or painful at any point along the movement you are a good candidate for care! Click below to schedule an appointment.
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