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Do you feel an awkward twinge in your shoulder? Are you experiencing limited mobility in your shoulder? Do you have shoulder pain? Do you feel a burning sensation? No matter which of these you are experiencing, physical therapists at Anderson Physical Therapy can help you.
Your shoulder is one of your most moved joints and it is one of the most movable joints throughout the whole body. This joint is extremely complex and more detailed than many could imagine. There is really no wonder why it can be extremely painful to deal with a shoulder injury. Chronic and sudden shoulder pain is a cause for concern and you should seek out treatment as soon as you notice a problem. An experienced physical therapist will be able to assess your shoulder and work with you to alleviate the pain you are feeling.
It is important to seek care as soon as you begin experiencing pain. The sooner you seek out care, the quicker your pain will be relieved. When you treat the problem right away, you also decrease the risk of the problem occurring again. Shoulder pain can be caused for a number of different reasons. If you are not sure why your shoulder is causing you pain, let our physical therapists help.
Shoulder pain can begin due to several conditions and problems such as: pinched nerves, overuse, overexertion, dislocation, fractures, and other things. If you are experiencing any of the following, contact our office now:
– Frozen shoulder
– Numbness in your shoulder
– Trouble lifting your arms
– Trouble lifting and carrying items
Treatment for shoulder pain will vary depending on what is causing the pain. For treatment to be effective, it is important to make sure that we address what the initial problem is and why you are experiencing any type of pain. A thorough examination is needed to make an accurate diagnosis and to create a treatment plan. One thing you should never do is self-medicate and self-diagnose.
Our physical therapists use a combination of different treatment methods including, but not limited to stretching, medication, exercises, deep tissue therapy, and realignment.
Our Anderson Physical Therapy doctors are qualified to help you regain movement and function in your shoulder without the fear of pain. They use special techniques and have the ability to relieve the pain you are feeling. If you are ready to get rid of the pain you have been dealing with, give our office a call today to schedule an appointment.
We also treat the following problems:
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For your next physical therapy appointment call us at 509-736-2225.