Pain in the shoulder can be the result of many different reasons, but most often it is a symptom of a misalignment in the cervical (neck) spine.
The shoulder is a ball-and-socket joint made up of multiple muscles and tendons. This type of joint allows for a wide range of movement, but can also be the reason behind the injury. If a repetitive motion injury is
present, it can cause pain and tightness throughout the shoulder. Sudden injuries, strains and sprains, instability, dislocations, frozen shoulder, and pinched nerves can limit your range of motion and cause weakness and stiffness in the shoulder and arm. Shoulder pain starts in the neck, usually. The shoulders and neck are interconnected in such a way that if anything affects one, the other will be affected as well. Shoulder pain is often "referred pain," meaning that it originates somewhere else.
Pain relief is dependent on the nature of your shoulder pain and the underlying cause. To get back to full capacity, a number of factors will come into play, such as the severity of the injury, the length of time
you've had it, and any ongoing health conditions that could prevent you from healing quickly.
At DiLorenzo Chiropractic, PC, we accept some major medical insurance plans. Here is a short list of just some of the most popular plans we accept. Please contact our office and ask for Mandy if you do not see your insurance provider listed. We also work with auto accident patients using Med Pay and other third party payment solutions.
"Dr. Matt has done wonders for my leg and knee pain. He quickly identified the issues and resolved the pain gradually and efficiently."
"I've tried a few other chiropractors in the area, but no one was half as helpful and professional as Dilorenzo Chiropractic."
"The DilLorenzo family is amazing. I feel like family when I come in and I would never trust anybody else to repair my back and neck injuries."
"I highly recommend Dr DiLorenzo. Being adjusted by him a couple of times a week for a few months was enough to cure my lower back pain."