Many conditions can contribute to shoulder pain. Sometimes shoulder pain is the result of injury to another location in your body, usually the neck or biceps. This is known as referred pain. Referred pain generally doesn’t get worse when you move your shoulder. Common causes of shoulder pain include:
torn rotator cuff
pinched nerve in the neck or shoulder
broken shoulder or arm bone
injury due to overuse or repetitive use
spinal cord injury
Relief From Shoulder Pain
Our office provides several effective therapies for relieving chronic shoulder pain. Contact us to see how we can help you get relief from shoulder pain without drugs or invasive surgeries.
"I couldn't do anything except sit, and that was painful. It wouldn't let me do anything. I got up this morning, first time in no pain in 2 years. Now I'm a changed person, because now I can move without pain."