Most people who struggle with shoulder pain just want to know if there’s a solution that actually lasts. They’ve heard stories about people who tried everything and eventually resorted to surgery, and it STILL didn’t solve the issue for good. It can be frustrating because different things you try may bring you relief, but you find it comes back months later, sometimes days later. To top it off, the things that used to work, don’t work any longer. Eventually you find yourself down the rabbit hole, searching for solutions to help you avoid surgery.
You’ve likely tried many different things. Usually the list includes massage, stretching, chiropractic, different exercises, and then giving up once again frustrated that you put all this time into it and gotten nowhere.
This is a very common experience. The reason is that shoulder pain is complex. There are 17 muscles that attach to your shoulder blade alone. They all need to work together to perform precise movements. The issue is that once you have an injury, the brain adapts to new ways of moving. These ways help with the pain at first, but over time, they actually end up causing further damage. It’s these movement patterns that cause shoulder pain to continue, and even increase.
In order to find a lasting solution to shoulder pain, this pattern must be corrected. The pattern is what causes weakness, tight muscles, and stiff joints. If you have this go on long enough, your shoulder begins affecting your neck, giving you pain and stiffness there as well.
We understand that shoulder pain is frustrating, and that you’ve likely been told many different things about it. That’s why we have our Discovery Visit. It’s completely natural to be skeptical to try new things, and we wanted to create a way for people to meet our doctors, and learn about this effective approach to treating the root cause, WITHOUT any risk.
To apply for a DISCOVERY VISIT is simple. All you need to do is click the Application Button and fill out the form. If instead, you’d like to think about it, take our Shoulder Pain guide, it’s full of simple tips you can start using today to get some relief.