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If you’re experiencing shoulder pain or injury, a Massage Therapist can help reduce your pain and get you feeling better or an Athletic Therapist can evaluate your range of motion, strength, and provide you with the appropriate exercises to recover from your shoulder pain.
Your RMT can treat your shoulder pain by using massage while your Athletic therapist can create an individualized treatment plan to relieve pain and restore your function back to what it used to be.
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Athletic Therapy makes taking care of your body easy.
Our athletic therapist provides hands-on manual therapy and corrective exercises to keep you feeling better, longer.
We help you be able to raise your hands up in the air
Shoulder injuries can happen for many reasons and can develop gradually or come on suddenly, with a dull or sharp pain. It can be overuse injuries from baseball, problems during working out, or you may not sure what has happened. With the shoulder being used in the vast majority of sports and used in everyday life, it’s important to monitor and treat quickly to avoid the progression of your problem.
It’s important to find out why you’re having pain and what you can do to get out of the pain, so you can enjoy Victoria, BC.
Common types of shoulder pain
Rotator Cuff Injury
The rotator cuff tendons are some of the most injured areas in your shoulder. While typically not very serious long-term, it can cause quite a bit of pain!
Sprains and Strains
This is one of the more common injuries that we see. A sprain is an injury to your ligament and a strain is an injury to muscle.
Dislocations and Subluxations
A dislocation is when the shoulder “comes out of the socket” and you need help “putting it back in”. A Subluxation is a very similar sensation but the joint comes close to “coming out” but doesn’t fully, it’s a very uncomfortable and unsettling feeling.
Instability and Arthritis
Instability can come from many reasons whether it was a traumatic event or a genetic factor. Arthritis in the shoulder is typically osteoarthritis and related to more improper movement mechanics, rather than just age.
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