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Shoulder Pain FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions about Shoulder Pain

The shoulder is one of the most mobile parts of the body. As such, it is one of the areas of the body in which pain and dysfunction happen most often. Statistically, over 67 percent of Americans experience shoulder pain at one point or another.

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What Are the Most Common Causes of Shoulder Pain?

This type of pain can be caused by different health conditions, problems, and injuries. The most common are the following: 

  • Fractures
  • Arthritis (degenerative joint disease)
  • Referred pain (sensation or feeling of pain in a different location than where you had an injury)
  • Heart attack (in some cases, sharp pain in the shoulders may be one of the first signs of a heart attack)

What Treatment Options Are Available for Shoulder Pain? 

There are several treatment options available. The choice of the right treatment depends in the cause and severity of the pain. Here is a list of the most common treatments that your doctor may recommend:

  • Having a rest
  • Physical therapy
  • Activity modification, meaning that you change the way you perform certain activities
  • Chiropractic Care

What is The Role of a Chiropractor in Treating Shoulder Injuries and Pain? 

Chiropractic treatment and adjustments are considered the most effective and non-invasive solution. By using spinal manipulations and adjustments, a chiropractor restores normal alignment of the shoulders, which helps reduce inflammation, pain, and discomfort. In some cases, a chiropractic specialist may also use additional equipment, including a drop table piece, reflex-type hammer tool, and a speeder board. 

Hull Chiropractic in Indianapolis, IN Is Here to Help

At Hull Chiropractic, located in Indianapolis, IN, we aim to restore and preserve the health of our patients. We boast a friendly atmosphere, the professionalism of our staff, and the latest techniques and technologies in the chiropractic field. Our licensed chiropractors are able to treat all types of spinal and musculoskeletal conditions, including the problems with the shoulders. All you need to do is to visit our website or give us a call to schedule your first appointment. 

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