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Shoulder Pain

February 11, 2020

At the office of Springfield Chiropractic Clinic, we understand how much shoulder pain can impact your life, and we’re here to help!

If you’re experiencing pain in your shoulder, whether due to an injury or just normal wear and tear, you may benefit from seeing a chiropractor. Shoulder pain is very common with athletes who have suffered injuries or overuse, but can also be a result of inflammation (eg, tendinitis), or even diseases such as arthritis.

Whatever the cause, seeking attention from a chiropractor is a good way to help relieve the pain as part of a holistic approach to your health. The goal is to reduce pain and inflammation, improve your range of motion and flexibility, and strengthen your shoulder muscles.

All of our chiropractors are specially trained in the treatment and diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders and manual adjustment techniques. These techniques involve a varied approach, depending on your specific needs, including:

  • Cold therapy
  • Hot therapy
  • Customized exercise regimens
  • Nutrition
  • Massage
  • Manual spinal manipulation

For shoulder pain, your chiropractor will likely want to see you on a regular basis to provide the best outcomes. All care is safe and non-invasive, and incorporates your overall wellbeing. The approach is based on the premise that your body is interconnected so that correcting any misalignment in the spine can help reduce inflammation and improve nervous system function. This, in turn, can help to manage the pain in your shoulder.

The first step is to set up an appointment for an evaluation. At this meeting, we can diagnosis the issue and design a plan that is best for you.

At the office of Springfield Chiropractic Clinic, we’re dedicated to providing the highest quality of skilled and compassionate care. For more information on our office and the many services that we provide, give us a call today.

New Patients: 

(217) 771-4199

Existing Patients: 

(217) 544-5213