A condition that causes pain in the shoulder is a common complaint. Shoulder pain is the third leading reason for musculoskeletal pain. About two thirds of people be suffering from shoulder pain at one moment in their lives. A painful shoulder occurs most typically at the middle of age (40-65 years).
Some shoulder pain sufferers are so severe that they need surgery. Many will receive a significant degree of pain relief. However, some may endure the shoulder pain even after surgery. This article will present a natural method for providing shoulder pain relief following surgery. It will also provide research that details a non-surgical and method that does not require drugs to treat post-surgical shoulder issues that cause persistent pain . We will also present two successful case study presentations.
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As a practicing chiropractor of over 35 years, I have treated many people for shoulder discomfort. It is a complex joint. There are many bursas, bones, tendons muscles and ligaments that are connected in the shoulder. Additionally, there is an elongated capsule of fibrous fluid around the joint. The joint is mobile in every direction.
One of the major characteristics that is unique to the shoulder area is that it is associated to our neck, which is also called the cervical spine. Nerves travel through openings between the bones of the cervical spine that connect to muscles, which enable the joint to move freely and in a proper manner.
The treatment of shoulder discomfort with chiropractic seeks to correct any movement that is not optimal or misalignment of bones on the cervical spine, and thus improve muscular function of the shoulder joint. In addition, treatment for injury of the shoulder joint must be dealt with using chiropractic care.
I recall a patient named George who came to me after having surgery on his rotator cuff. His surgery was able to improve his shoulder motion dramatically, but he experienced moderate discomfort in certain shoulder movements. When I examined George I noticed that there were some misalignments in the bones of his neck and a few minor restrictions to movement of the bones in the shoulder socket. Chiropractic manipulation (sometimes known as the adjustment for chiropractic) helped him to align his spine and restore normal motion within the shoulder joint. Following this George experienced complete shoulder pain relief as well as normal shoulder motion.
A patient I have, Tom, had surgery for a tear to the labral of the shoulder. His healing was initially good but seemed to plateau just a few months after the operation. He claimed that his pain had decreased about by 80% following the surgical procedure. He did experience some minor shoulder pain post-surgery whether at rest or during activity. The exam of Tom found spinal misalignments of his neck and upper back , as well as some restrictions in motion of his scapula bones, which is commonly referred to for being the shoulders blade. Through chiropractic adjustments, we restored proper movement and align of the areas and Tom experienced complete relief from the shoulder pain he was experiencing.
A study published in 2018 found that post-surgical patients suffering from persistent shoulder pain, receiving chiropractic manipulations significantly improved shoulder movement and stability. Similar studies have also reported improvement of pain, motion and shoulder stability after chiropractic treatments were administered after surgery, to relieve shoulder pain.
Patients who visit chiropractors will find that an adjustment with a chiropractor is secure, enjoyable experience as it helps to correct spinal misalignments and blocked movement of fixated joints of the extremities.
In this way, many patients seek all-natural, drug-free, gentle, chiropractic care to ease shoulder pain after surgery.