Everyone who has ever suffered from any type of shoulder and arm pain will realise that usually they are quite closely related to one another. Each can, on occasion, be a common cause of the other.
Are you suffering from shoulder or arm pain?
Shoulder and arm pain are commonly linked. One can often be the cause or effect of the other.
Pain in these regions can be a singular result from either an injury or it can be a more chronic complaint.
A couple of the complaints I am consulted about most often are frozen shoulder and conditions including tennis elbow.
Stiffness in the shoulder, pain in the arms or a reduced range of movement in either of these areas of the body can often be known to impact a persons lifestyle dramatically.
All my patients are looking to restore a healthy and fully active lifestyle without restraints.
Some of the most commonly related conditions in the shoulder and arm area are:
Frozen shoulder or andesite capsulitis
Rotator cuff syndrome
Clavicular pain or collar bone injury
Pectoral muscle pain
AC joint pain
Advice from Leslie
“Conditions relating to these complaints can come on suddenly and be an acute episode or more slowly over time and this is referred to as a more chronic condition. Generally, the more quickly chiropractic treatment is sought then the quicker the results can be.”