Shoulder Pain


PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR SHOULDER PAIN

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About Shoulder Pain

The human shoulder is made up of namely three bones: the humerus (or upper arm bone), scapula (or shoulder blade), and clavicle (or collarbone). However, to remain fully functional, a combination of tendons and muscles work simultaneously.

Unfortunately, shoulder pains are fairly common. The pain itself may build on gradually in terms of intensity or abruptly as the shoulder experiences a strain, sprain, or tear.
Shoulder pain is likely to be the result of:

  • Fracture
    Broken bones are bound to hurt — shoulder fractures are largely the result of falls and high-energy injuries that may also cause swelling and bruising around the shoulder.
  • Arthritis
    More often than not, shoulder pain results from arthritis; that’s recognized with symptoms such as pain, stiffness, and swelling. Osteoarthritis (also known as wear and tear) is the most common form of arthritis in the shoulders that develops slowly but worsens significantly in terms of pain over time.
  • Dislocations
    Overuse or sudden injury is likely to cause a shoulder dislocation. A condition in which the head of the humerus is pushed out of the socket either partially or completely. The sad part is, dislocations repeatedly occur after the ligaments, muscles, and tendons tear or loosen up.
  • Bursitis
    Firstly, bursitis is a form of inflammation of the fluid-filled sac located in the shoulder joints due to excessive use.
  • Tendonitis
    Secondly, acute or chronic tendinitis may also affect the bicep tendons alongside the rotator cuff tendons.

Arthritis and osteoporosis physiotherapy is now near you in Edmonton!

With leading-edge physio services from Boost Physiotherapy in Edmonton, you can bid shoulder pain farewell for good! Whether you’re experiencing pain in your shoulders, have trouble sleeping on your shoulders, are unable to carry objects, or can’t raise your arms, you should seek physiotherapists’ help for pain control and better shoulder movement.
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Why You May Be Suffering From Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain is likely to be the result of:

  • Poor posture
  • Trauma, i.e., an accident
  • Weakness of the muscles and rotator cuff
  • Damage to cartilages and bones
  • An imbalance between muscular groups located in shoulder

Regardless of why you could be suffering from shoulder pain, shoulder pain treatment from Boost Physiotherapy in Edmonton can help with your pain and restore full movement.

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