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Shoulder pain can be debilitating and make it difficult to perform day-to-day activities. Fortunately, physical therapists can help to reduce pain and restore function in the shoulder area. A physical therapist will assess the shoulder joint, as well as the muscles surrounding the shoulder, to identify the root cause of the pain. Depending on the severity of the injury and the individual’s needs, a customized physical therapy treatment plan will be devised to help alleviate the pain and restore the range of motion in the shoulder joint.

What You Need to Know About Shoulder Pain

Physical therapy can not only help manage shoulder pain symptoms, but can also help address any underlying issues contributing to the pain. A physical therapist can guide you through a range of motion exercises and stretches that can help strengthen the muscles surrounding the shoulder joint, leading to a fully functional range of motion. By working with a physical therapist, you can achieve long-term pain relief and improved overall mobility. Physical therapy for shoulder pain can also help prevent further injuries and complications, making it an essential part of any recovery journey.

Common Shoulder Conditions

The shoulder joint is extremely mobile, which can make it more prone to injury and pain. If you are experiencing any shoulder pain conditions, it is important to get a proper diagnosis from a medical professional. Common causes of shoulder pain are:

How We Treat Shoulder Conditions

Patients with shoulder pain can be treated with physical therapy and return to their daily activities with less pain and an increased range of motion. Treatment plans can include:

Schedule an Appointment for a Consultation

Shoulder pain can stop you from living your life, but you have more treatment options than just a steady stream of pain medications.

Contact Back In Motion Physical Therapy, LLC at (205) 467-9298 to schedule a consultation. Let us help you return to a life where your shoulder problems won’t stop you from living life to the fullest.

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