Shoulder Pain

A man holding his shoulder

Shoulder Pain: Symptoms and Care

Shoulder pain is any slight discomfort in or around the shoulder area. This includes the muscles, tendons, and ligaments that support the joints. You may wonder why your shoulders hurt and the measures to take to relieve your pain. We will focus on the symptoms of shoulder pain and how chiropractic care can help. If you are experiencing excruciating shoulder pain in the Shively/Dixie area, Dr. Langschied at Kentucky Injury & Rehab will identify the cause of your pain and provide treatment.

The Symptoms of Shoulder Pain

  • Reduced movement and pain when moving your shoulders
  • Lack of movement due to dislocation of the shoulder or a rotator cuff tear
  • Deep pain in the shoulder joints, back or front part of the shoulder, or the upper part of the arm
  • Numbness or tingling sensations in the shoulder
  • Weakness of the upper arm

Chiropractic Care for Shoulder Pain

Although over-the-counter medicine can relieve some of your shoulder pain, it will not address the cause of the pain. Chiropractic care treats the extremities associated with shoulder pain. It is a pain treatment for the connective tissues, joints, bones, and muscles. Our chiropractor uses his hands to manipulate the spine and other parts of the body to treat various pains. We may incorporate multiple therapies to provide pain relief and support the healing process. Our chiropractic treatments ensure that your musculoskeletal system is cared for by identifying the discomfort in your shoulder and other parts of your body.

Visit Kentucky Injury & Rehab for Your Shoulder Pain

Don't let shoulder pain prevent you from doing what you love. Dr. Langschied at Kentucky Injury & Rehab will perform a thorough examination and created a treatment plan that will address your shoulder pain. If you live in the Shively/Dixie area and are experiencing shoulder pain, call our team today at (502)-447-9554 or reach us through our website by using our online contact form.


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