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Shoulder Pain Treatment in San Francisco with Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care is mostly known for its care and treatment for neck and back pain. The chiropractors here at SF Custom Chiropractic are also specialized in treating smaller joints and other areas of the body like knees, feet, elbows, and shoulders. When your shoulder is impaired, you’re likely to experience pain, discomfort and a decrease in range of motion. We rely on our shoulders every day so let’s give them the attention and care they deserve.

 Treatment for Shoulder Pain in San Francisco

What Causes Shoulder Pain? San Francisco Doctor Explains:

Shoulder pain can stem from a variety of causes including injuries to standard wear and tear. Your shoulder is made up of many tendons and smaller joints that allow it to be the most mobile joint in your body. Your shoulders move forward, backward, in a circular motion and away from the body. Think about your daily activities and how many of them involve the mobility of your shoulders. There is soft tissue that surrounds your shoulder tendons and joints. Like anything else in the body, it can be worn down over time as we age or can be damaged from a sports injury or hard impact. Here are some common shoulder pain causes that our chiropractors help treat.

  • Arthritis
  • Torn Rotator cuff
  • Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
  • Frozen Shoulder: Adhesive Capsulitis
  • Dislocated Shoulder
  • Shoulder Impingement: Pinched Nerve

Shoulder Pain Treatment in San Francisco 

Your symptoms from the damaged area can differ depending on the specific location of your pain. When you visit our chiropractors for your shoulder pain they will do a full body scan to assess the nature of your pain and to create a custom treatment plan. Our approach is to locate and correct the damaged or injured tissue(s). Treatment often includes: Active Release Techniques, IASTM, Exercise Rehab and Adjustments. This will help the body naturally heal and ultimately strengthen for better recovery. If you are experiencing pain or have been injured and waiting for treatment, use a shoulder brace for pain relief and to support your shoulder.

Find out if chiropractic care is right for your pain and get in touch to schedule a consultation.

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