Shoulder Pain Treatment in Jacksonville
Consult With Pain Specialists
Do you have shoulder pain and live in the Jacksonville area? The shoulder complex is the most mobile joint in the body and as a result, is subject to a wide range of injuries and conditions. The causes of shoulder pain are endless, but some of the most common reasons for pain in the shoulder include, neck and upper back problems, arthritis in the shoulder complex, abnormal motor patterns causing aberrant motion, participation in athletic events, and automobile accidents. Our Jacksonville chiropractic clinic can help.
What is shoulder pain?
Pain in your shoulder is usually due to disease or injury to your shoulder joint and surrounding muscles, tendons, and ligaments. The joint is incredibly mobile but lacks stability, which makes it very vulnerable to injury.
Shoulder pain that’s exacerbated by movement or certain activities is typically associated with the joint. Additional symptoms of shoulder pain, which may be severe, can include:
- Bruising or swelling
- Pain radiating into the neck
- Painful or restricted range of motion
- Shoulder pain can intensify where you’re unable to lift your arm.
Shoulder Pain After an Auto Collision?
This is another common problem we see in our Jacksonville office. The shoulder joint is very complex, anatomically, and there are many things that can go wrong and cause pain and dysfunction. Our experienced team is trained to help patients recover from this type of condition.
Whether your shoulder pain is caused by direct trauma or is secondary to neck injury, we will first pinpoint the root cause of the symptoms and then develop a treatment plan that will correct the underlying problem. If necessary, we’ll refer you to appropriate specialists for further exam.
If you live in Jacksonville and you’re experiencing shoulder problems or any kind of pain caused by a car crash or other trauma, we are here to help you. Call our office today at (904) 320-0808.
We offer many services by utilize specialized, non-invasive chiropractic treatments to help you experience relief and restore motor function without surgery or drugs.