Shoulder Injuries are among the most common injuries regardless of age. The shoulder is a ball-in-socket joint that is composed of the humeral head and glenoid rim. The socket is deepened by the shoulder labrum and stabilized by the rotator cuff. Due to the high amount of mobility in the shoulder, the stability becomes poor without proper training.
Possible Reasons Behind Your Pain
- Rotator Cuff Tear
- Rotator Cuff tendonitis/tendonosis
- Labral tear
- Supraspinatus impengement
- Scapular dyskenesis
- Shoulder instability (dislocation/sublixation)
- Frozen Shoulder
Treatment For Shoulder Pain
Individualized treatment plans will be generated upon an evaluation from one of our experienced clinicians. The evaluation will take into account your symptoms, X-Ray/MRI results, special tests, and your personal goals. Every patient will have a treatment plan individually designed for them and their needs. If you do not have a prescription from your physician for physical therapy, you may still be able to be treated at Lighthouse.