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Shoulder Pain

Don't just live with shoulder pain. Talk to one of our specialists, and we'll get you on the road to recovery.

We can help.

Ask yourself...

  • Has my shoulder pain lasted weeks, months, or years?

  • Do I have difficulty putting on my coat, shirt, or bra due to shoulder stiffness or pain?

  • Does my shoulder pop or click?

  • Do I feel a pinch or catch when I raise my arm or put on my seatbelt?

  • Do I have numbness or tingling in my arm?

  • Do I have pain between my shoulder blades?

  • Am I an athlete who is finding it difficult to throw or compete?

If one or more of these symptoms describe your situation; don't worry.

 

One of our doctors of physical therapy will assess your condition and discuss the likely causes with you. You'll be set up with an individualized treatment plan designed to deliver results you can feel. Request an appointment, and let's get your pain taken care of. No referral is needed.

We treat: Rotator Cuff Impairments, Impingement, Instability, Bursitis, Arthritis, Inflammation, Tendonitis, Labrum

REAL PEOPLE. REAL STORIES.

NANCY L.

I started P.T. after my rotator cuff surgery. I was still sleeping in the recliner and even then had a great deal of pain. My shoulder was so weak, it was hard to even do my simple activities of daily life. With everyone's help at rehab, my pain is gone completely, and my motion and strength have improved greatly. My care was personalized and very personal.

KRYSTA W.

When starting therapy, I was unable to complete basic activities such as getting dressed, putting on a coat or reaching for items without assistance. After rehab and learning exercises and stretches to do at home, I have full mobility back in my shoulder.

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CLARA C.

I was hesitant to do rehab, as I thought my problems were dealt with for so long, that I most likely had permanent damage. I couldn't have been more wrong. Natalie was patient and worked magic with my shoulder! I am confident that now that I know what to do, and how to do it correctly, I will no longer be afraid of doing the things I like to do...