Physical Therapy Of Melissa

Get Relief From Shoulder Pain In Melissa TX

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Shoulder pain can take many forms – it can occur when you’re reaching toward the top shelf to put dishes away or perhaps when you’re struggling to find a comfortable position to sleep. It can show up as a result of an injury, making you feel a dull aching pain, or even make you feel as if your shoulder is immobile.

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Shoulder pain is a frequently addressed concern, and difficulty with sleeping is a prominent challenge that comes alongside this condition. This is a good indicator of a rotator cuff injury, a diagnosis the team is skilled at treating.

The rotator cuff is comprised of the muscles and tendons surrounding the shoulder joint.

Occasionally, the rotator cuff can become injured due to the repetition of overhead motions, commonly made in sports or certain manual jobs. Rotator cuff injury symptoms generally manifest as a dull ache deep in the shoulder, arm weakness, difficulty reaching behind the back, and disturbed sleep due to pain. Our natural and non-invasive methods can help relieve your shoulder pain and heal your rotator cuff injury.

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Other challenges emerge when performing activities that require a large range of motion in the shoulder. This includes tasks such as dressing, washing hair, cooking, and carrying objects. Everyday tasks may become significantly more demanding, threatening your quality of life. 

The type of pain you feel in your shoulder can vary, depending on the cause. Pain from impingement, for example, typically occurs as you raise your arm up, and begins at a certain point in the range of motion. Pain resulting from a degenerated shoulder may create persistent aches every time you move your arm in certain directions.  

Acute injuries can result in sudden and intense pains that make it impossible for you to move your shoulder at all. 

There are various reasons why you might be experiencing shoulder pain, and the severity ranges from the temporary discomfort of a pulled muscle to the excruciating bone-on-bone friction that occurs with arthritis. Whatever the case may be, we are dedicated to offering you natural pain management modalities that can give relief to your shoulder pain quickly. 

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Our team of physical therapists have treated a number of conditions resulting in shoulder pain, with patients finding improvement and relief after just a few short sessions – and sometimes less! 

We are movement experts, trained to pinpoint the cause of your pain through a variety of diagnostic techniques. During your evaluation, we will examine your range of motion, strength, coordination, your medical history, joint mobility, and mechanics of your joint motion. 

Once the cause of shoulder pain has been established, we use a specialized combination of physical therapy methods to manage and relieve pain. Gentle manual therapy helps to restore normal joint movement and range of motion, ease soft tissue restrictions, and promote circulation, while specific therapeutic exercises restore strength, and the correct sequence of muscle activation around the shoulder joint.  

For deeper manual work, massage can also prove to be helpful, offering additional relief and support. Finally, techniques to enhance strength and to prevent the recurrence of future shoulder problems are shared with the patient, empowering them with the tools needed for recovery and achieve the goals made at the outset of treatment.

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