Treatment of Shoulder Pain
Shoulder pain treatment
Many conditions can cause chronic shoulder pain, such as rotator cuff tears, frozen shoulder, osteoarthritis, impingement, and joint instability.
Shoulder injuries, such as falls onto an outstretched hand, dislocations, or direct blows to the shoulder can cause damage both to the joint itself and the surrounding structures (i.e. ligaments and tendons). When these injuries don’t heal properly, patients can develop chronic shoulder pain that doesn’t seem to go away despite various methods of treatment. This is where Comprehensive Prolotherapy is beneficial. Comprehensive Prolotherapy incorporates various treatments to include Stem Cell Therapy, Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, and Dextrose Prolotherapy. These are injection techniques used to stimulate the repair of injured tissue and cure chronic pain. Most chronic shoulder pain is due to osteoarthritis, which is a result of underlying joint instability. If not treated properly, joint instability can accelerate the arthritic process and cause continual deterioration of cartilage and bone spur development as we age.
For more specific articles related to your Shoulder Pain please see:
- Rotator Cuff Tear Alternatives To Surgery
- Bone Spurs in the shoulder
- Slap Lesion Tears
- Pain after shoulder surgery
- Glenoid Labral Tears
- Frozen Shoulder Treatment
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