Dealing with a shoulder injury is one of the more difficult discomforts to go through. Finding focused shoulder pain treatment can be the difference of you missing valuable hours at work or not. Agility Spine and Sports Physical Therapy will push to get you back to your normal daily activity as soon as possible.
Your shoulders play a significant part in how you manage through your day. This is especially important for those who work in fields that utilize the movement of your back, neck and shoulders to get work done. The first 10 degrees of movement in your shoulder comes from your shoulder joint specifically. Everything else relies heavily on the coordinated movement of your upper back, neck, collar bone and shoulder blades. For those who have suffered from falls or any painful injury to your shoulder area, you should seek immediate treatment. Shoulder pain treatment in Tucson starts at Agility with our physical therapy specialist, who help to guide you back towards your pain free life.
Any injury to the shoulder, whether it is traumatic or repetitive, can affect other sensitive regions in your neck and upper back, resulting in more debilitating pain. The aim of Agility Spine & Sports Physical Therapy is to improve the function of the many muscles that surround the shoulder. This will restore the mobility of the many joints that are being impacted by the injury to your shoulder.
At Agility, we focus on strengthening all regions around the shoulder. Many people are treated primarily for pain in the larger muscles around the shoulders, but our program is distinct to going deeper and identifying and reliving the pressure on commonly neglected muscles. Focusing on these muscles have allowed us to see improvements in the health of damaged tendons and improve the mechanics of the shoulder joint.
During your time at Agility Spine & Sports Physical Therapy, our physical therapists will train and educate you on the important techniques and exercises that deliver evident results. Our programs are dedicated to accelerating recovery times, while reducing pain and swelling along the way.
Call us today, to have one of our specialists get you on the path to recovery:
- Rotator cuff tear
- Dislocation or fracture
- Surgical rehabilitation
- Frozen shoulder
- Radiating arm pain