Treat Shoulder Pain Without Surgery orMedications
The shoulder joint is one of the most commonly injured joints in the entire body. The shoulder joint is supported by surrounding tendons, muscles, and ligaments. Forward and backward movement in the shoulder is possible because of its versatility in various motions. This continuous movement of arms in any direction can cause too much friction, thus subjecting your shoulder joint to pain.
Don't let shoulder pain disrupt your daily life. Our team at Health + Healing Chiropractic in Mississauga is ready to help you live a pain-free life through chiropractic care.
Causes of Shoulder Pain
A) Dislocation of a shoulder happens when the humeral head is disconnected from its socket in the glenoid fossa forcefully. These dislocations can occur in three ways:
● Anterior dislocation: occurs when the humeral head has been moved in front of the joint in a vulnerable position. This injury can happen when hitting a volleyball.
● Posterior dislocation: This occurs when the humeral head has been moved backwards.
● Inferior dislocation: This occurs below the joint.
B) Bursae are small sacs filled with fluid near the joints. These sacs act as the cushion between movable parts in the joint to prevent bones, tendons, and muscles from rubbing together. Once the shoulder bursa is irritated, it becomes inflamed and increases in size. This type of inflammation, bursitis, creates less space in the shoulder limiting tendon and muscle movement and causing pain and motion loss.
C) Frozen shoulder is a condition also known as adhesive capsulitis. A shoulder is comprised of bones, ligaments, and tendons, which are intertwined by interconnective tissue. When this interconnective tissue thickens and stretches, it restricts shoulder movement causing stiffness and pain in the area. Chiropractic along with physical therapy can greatly benefit the patient.
D) A rotator cuff injury may result from a substantial injury or when the shoulder muscle tendons are compressed causing pain. Undertaking a repetitive activity like lifting heavy objects over a long period can damage your tendons. Treatment such as resting, using ice, and using physical therapy alongside chiropractic can help you recover from rotator cuff tendonitis.
How We Can Help You Relieve Pain
Sometimes your shoulders can move out of alignment resulting in muscle spasms, inflammation, and pain. This misalignment of your shoulder can be restored by our team through the use of chiropractic adjustments to regain its normal alignment. Our chiropractor may also use equipment such as a speeder board, a drop table piece, or a reflex hammer to mitigate shoulder pain. If you are a resident in the Mississauga area who is suffering from shoulder pain, then our team at Health + Healing Chiropractic is here to help. Contact us today to see how we can get you back to a pain-free life