Shoulder Injuries and Problems
The shoulder is an amazing part of the body in respect to the planes of motion it is capable of moving in.
However, its multi-directional capabilities often lead to trouble ranging anywhere from instability, tears of the muscles, tendons or the labrum, to degenerative changes. Not only does the practitioner have to investigate the many structures of the shoulder including your shoulder blade, but they may also investigate your neck as problems in the cervical spine can refer pain to the shoulder region. Furthermore, our practitioners must be resourceful in differentiating important signs or symptoms that could be coming from our vital organs! Our keen senses have the tendency to lead us to little or big findings you may have not known existed!