Get Instant Relief from Shoulder Pain with Chiropractic Care
The shoulder is the most commonly used part of the body. If you have shoulder pain and are unable to find long-term relief, it may be time to seek out the assistance of a medical specialist. If you’re looking for effective shoulder pain relief, visit our Saline, Michigan chiropractor. Here is a general overview of how we treat shoulder pain associated with different kinds of injuries:
A dislocated shoulder occurs when the humerus bone is pushed out of the socket in the shoulder blade at the top of your arm. This damages the cartilage and the ligaments and leads to swollen muscles, causing shoulder pain. The easiest option is to see a Saline, Michigan chiropractor for shoulder pain therapy. Chiropractic care of the dislocated shoulder helps to relieve shoulder pain and strain by strengthening the spine and gently repositioning the vertebrae.
Shoulder Separation Injury
A separated shoulder is an injury to the ligaments that hold your collarbone (clavicle) to your shoulder blade. In a mild separated shoulder, the ligaments might just be stretched. In severe injuries, ligaments might be torn. Our chiropractor might address shoulder pain caused by shoulder separation with a shoulder harness, ice/heat therapy, ultrasound muscle relaxation, strength exercise, and/or mild spinal and shoulder adjustment.
Rotator Cuff Injury
The group of muscles and tendons surrounding the shoulder joint make up the rotator cuff. These muscles and tendons keep the upper arm bone firmly locked into the shoulder socket. When these muscles are injured, it causes dull pain in the shoulder which worsens when the arm is moved away from the body. Some of the treatments we offer for rotator cuff injuries include acupuncture, ice/heat therapy, strengthening and stretching exercise, and shoulder and spine manipulation.
Schedule an Appointment Today
At Borer Family Chiropractic in Saline, Michigan, we offer several different treatment plans to those suffering from shoulder pain. Our board-certified chiropractors have years of experience in reducing shoulder pain. Our treatments aim to not only reduce your shoulder pain but to improve your strength, balance, and range of motion. Give us a call, or book an appointment online, and we will work with you to create a treatment plan specifically tailored to your needs.