Treating the Root Cause of Shoulder Pain for Long Term Relief
Shoulder pain can be very annoying to say the least. We try to put up with it and take medications to relieve it but if it keeps coming back there is something wrong. There is a reason it is not healing.
Most people don’t know that a shoulder injury can heal even if it’s been a chronic problem.
What is needed is the correct analysis and diagnosis of the real problem causing the loss of mobility and/or pain.
Many patients we have seen with shoulder problems have not had a comprehensive evaluation to find what’s really wrong and explained to them that they have options outside of medications, cortisone shots, and surgery.
Our clinic offers a combination of therapies that safely and effectively treat and alleviate shoulder pain long term.
Once it is determined what is limiting our patient’s mobility and/or causing their pain through an in-depth and comprehensive evaluation, we are able to prescribe therapies that are designed to target and treat the root cause of the problem so that they may finally experience relief with lasting results.
Click on the therapies below to learn more about our treatments.
A Patient’s Experience
“I have been having severe right arm pain, from the top of my shoulder down into my wrist. I tried to use over the counter pain relievers and that did not work. Due to the pain, it was hard to use the computer and sleeping was very difficult. I figured that I would just have to live with the pain. I went looking for a treatment that was non-invasive and that would produce no side effects. I saw an ad in the newspaper that allowed me to evaluate the doctors, the setting, and procedures of Advanced Health Center. I tried out the treatment and it worked! I am able to sleep comfortably, my arm and wrist have no pain at all, and I no longer need a wrist brace! I am very impressed!!! The staff is wonderful at Advanced Health Center. They really work well together to make you feel comfortable. The doctors are always available to address any concerns and care about their patients.”