Shoulder Pain and Arm Pain
Shoulder Pain and Arm Pain Treatment in Nashville, TN
Steve Kravitz Physical Therapy
● Symptoms -
Shoulders get their range of motion from the rotator cuff, which is made up of four tendons. These tendons are the tissues that connect your muscles to your bones, so you may have experienced pain or difficulty lifting your arm over your head if the tendons or bones around your rotator cuff are damaged or swollen. Depending on the cause, these symptoms may start suddenly and go away or it may increase gradually.
Common Shoulder Pain Causes
There are a number of factors that can influence shoulder pain, although the most common is rotator cuff tendonitis. In some cases, shoulder pain is the outcome of an injury to another location in your body, typically in the neck or bicep. Pain can also occur in your shoulder as you grow older, particularly after the age of 60. This is because the soft tissues surrounding your shoulder tend to degenerate with age. Your shoulder is the most mobile joint in your body, so when something goes wrong, it can restrict your ability to move freely and cause a great deal of discomfort. As a result, this can allow restriction of movement in your arms as well.
● How to Get Relief -
Dr. Steve KravitzofSteve Kravitz Physical Therapyprovides a multidisciplinary approach to healthcare in order to ensure the highest quality care for patients in Nashville, Tennessee and New York, New York. Treatments are a unique, personalized approach to Physical Therapy which has been developed over twenty years to aid in ultimate pain relief.
● Other Shoulder Conditions -
Other shoulder conditions include:
● Frozen Shoulder
● Rotator Cuff Syndrome
● Labral Tears
● Shoulder Dislocation
● Acromioclavicular Sprains
Schedule Your First Appointment -
Dr. Steve Kravitz of Steve Kravitz Physical Therapy provides a multidisciplinary approach to healthcare in order to ensure the highest quality care for patients in Nashville, Tennessee and New York, New York. Treatments are a unique, personalized approach to Physical Therapy which has been developed over twenty years to aid in ultimate relief.