Shoulder Physical Therapy Diagram

Shoulder Physical Therapy

Not just a problem for professional athletes.  Given that the shoulder has so many degrees of mobility, it is very susceptible to a wide variety of injuries – both traumatic and insidious in onset.  Often due to repetitive stresses, shoulder problems are the result of poor mechanics and positioning.  Upon evaluation, we will determine why you have your pain and what we specifically need to do to get you to your goals.  Many people think the rotator cuff is a capsule in the joint but actually the rotator cuff is a composition of four muscles in the shoulder that are the primary movers.  Those muscles (supraspinatus, infraspinatus, terres minor, subscapularis) can be injured in many ways but our plan of care will be based on you.  Every injury is different and based on why you are hurt, your body type, age, goals, body type etc.  We will form a plan that will be yours and get you well fast.  In many cases, we are even able to take a few strokes off your best golf round.

Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
Rotator Cuff tears
Shoulder impingement
Thoracic Outlet syndrome
Broken bone (humerus, clavical, acromion)
Winging of the Scapula
Post-Surgical Conditions
Frozen Shoulder/Adhesive Capsulitis
Labral Tears
Biceps Tendonitis
AC Joint Dysfunction
Glenohumeral Arthritis


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