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Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy for Shoulder Pain

Whether you’re a mom that needs to carry around her infant or an athlete that needs to throw a ball, shoulder pain can hinder your everyday life. Luckily, physical therapy for shoulder pain is one way to regain your mobility.

If you’re struggling with debilitating pain every time you lift or rotate your arm, here are three ways that physical therapy for shoulder pain can help.

Reduce Overall Pain

Shoulder pain is rough, but physical therapy can help. Your physical therapist will help you identify harmful postures as well as teach you the right way to move to avoid inflaming your troubled shoulder.

Improve Range-of-Motion

Physical therapy for shoulder pain includes stretching to improve your range of motion. This might include:

Strengthen Your Muscles

Weak muscles could be contributing to your shoulder pain, and physical therapy will fix this. Exercises might include a range of resistance training to strengthen the rotator cuff and scapular muscles to give the shoulder more support.

Choose Physical Therapy for Shoulder Pain Relief

Whether your shoulder pain is from an injury, weight gain, or arthritis, physical therapy can provide you with relief.

Get back in the game with physical therapy for shoulder pain by contacting us today our pain experts for more info at 972-290-1507.

Kristy Snyder Writer and Editor - *The opinions expressed herein are solely the opinions of the author. Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Should you need medical advice, see your physician.

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