Shoulder Pain Treatment Chatswood
Painful shoulder conditions that limit and restrict movement are very common.
As a matter of fact these are getting more and more common the more time we spend on electronic devices such as computers, mobile phones and tablets.
These can cause problems with the shoulder joint, the shoulder muscle, tendons, ligaments and the cartilage.
Since the shoulder has a high degree of flexibility, it can be less stable than other joints of the body and hence prone to more niggles and injury than other joints in the body.
Neck & Shoulder
The neck and the shoulders share a lot in common. Since the shoulders are supplied by the nerves that originate in the neck and upper spine, conditions arising from vertebral misalignment and subluxation in the neck can also affect the shoulder leading to pain, stiffness, weakness, pins and needles and numbness.
The neck and the shoulder share a symbiotic relationship. Posturally, as the shoulders move forward in a slouched posture, so too will the neck and vice versa. This can create chronic postural issues, Tech Neck syndrome, tightness in the chest, trapezius, and the shoulder muscles. This can lead to shoulder instability, weakness, and pain.
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Chiropractic Care for Shoulder Pain
To determine the cause of your shoulder problems, the Chiropractors at Chatswood Chiropractor will run a full physical, orthopaedic, neurological and chiropractic examination of the shoulder, neck, and spine. We want to determine if Chiropractic care is the most appropriate course of care so as you can make the best possible recovery in the shortest possible time.
With care delivered in our practice we take a Three Legged Stool approach. Like a stool with three legs, it requires all three legs on the ground for that stool to balance. With our approach we want to adjust the shoulder, the spine or both in a corrective rhythm; help you to change poor problem causing habits; and to give you exercises that help rehabilitate the shoulder to restore mobility and strength plus help to prevent further injuries from reoccurring in the future.