Do you have shoulder pain or stiffness? Do you suspect that you have a shoulder injury? Cross Bay Physical Therapy can help your diagnose and rehabilitate your shoulder problem. Shoulder pain often indicates an underlying injury and continuing normal activity and exercise will likely lead to further pain, stiffness, and even disability. It is better to fix this problem as quickly as possible.
Shoulder Physical Therapy
After a shoulder injury, a physical therapy program will help you return to daily activities and enjoy a healthy, active lifestyle. The key to the success of physical therapy is that one of our physical therapists will design a specific program for you that guides your shoulder through it’s recovery process. By gently ushering the healing process in the right direction, the risks of long-term immobility and symptoms greatly decrease.
After shoulder surgery, there will be a strict protocol during your Physical Therapy. At the beginning of your physical therapy, any movements will be extremely mild as the goal of your physical therapy sessions is just to guide the healing process of your shoulder.
Many people suffer from arthritis in their shoulder. Physical Therapy will help you strengthen the shoulder allowing you to move the shoulder without increased pain. Since arthritis is a degenerative condition, by actively strengthening the shoulder, you can slow the pace of the arthritis and build a strong shoulder to support your movements.
Problems with your shoulder and neck are extremely irritable. This neck and shoulder tension can stem from a lot of different causes but one thing is for certain, it will lower your daily satisfaction. This tension commonly leads to consistent eye strain and migraines, which may feel intolerable.