Shoulder Pain Chiropractor in Northridge, CA
People suffer from all types of pain, but none is more common than shoulder pain. Yet, a simple twist can cause people to suffer from long-lasting and intense shoulder pain. Our team at Precision Chiropractic has the help of Northridge Chiropractor Dr. Luis Villarreal to help you get your shoulder pain under control and improve your quality of life.
What Causes Shoulder Pain?
Many different things can cause shoulder pain. Some of the more common causes include:
- Sports Injury
- Personal Injury
- Rotator cuff tears
These are just some of the more common causes of shoulder pain, but they might not be the only ones. If you have shoulder pain, you must see our chiropractor for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.
Dr. Villarreal can help determine the root cause of your shoulder pain or determine if your shoulder pain is due to another injury, such as whiplash or a sports injury.
What to Expect from Our Chiropractor
One of the first things our team will do is look at your medical history and conduct a physical examination. We'll also order some imaging tests, like an X-ray or MRI, to better look at what's happening. Once we have a diagnosis, we'll develop a treatment plan that helps resolve your shoulder pain and tackles the root cause of the pain.
Types of Treatment from Our Chiropractor
One of the most common treatments for shoulder pain is chiropractic adjustments. These gentle manipulations can help relieve pain and restore a normal range of motion. We may also recommend physical therapy exercises or massage therapy to reduce pain and inflammation further.
In addition, if you have radiating shoulder pain from a prior injury, we can guide you on how to protect your shoulder from future injuries. This prevention may include modifying your daily activities or wearing a brace or other support device. We can also provide rehabilitative exercises that help you regain strength and flexibility in your shoulder.
How Long to Recover from Shoulder Pain?
The length of time it takes to recover from shoulder pain can vary depending on the underlying cause of your pain. For example, if you have a rotator cuff tear, you may need surgery to repair the tear and chiropractic care to help you recover. However, this could mean a longer recovery time than someone with tendonitis.
In general, most people start to see improvements in their shoulder pain within a few weeks of beginning chiropractic care. However, the number of treatments you need depends on the severity and cause of your shoulder pain.
Find Relief from Shoulder Pain at Precision Chiropractic
If you’re suffering from shoulder pain, don’t wait to get help. Contact our team at Precision Chiropractic in Northridge, CA, today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Villarreal! Call us today at (818) 734-0022 to schedule an appointment.