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Anderson Chiropractic Shoulder Pain FAQs

At Anderson Chiropractic we are always ready to treat the people of McMurray with our healing services. Our chiropractor can help with many different types of chronic pain and other issues including shoulder pain. Below are a few of the common questions that you may have when it comes to chiropractic care and shoulder pain.

Can a Chiropractor Help With Shoulder Pain?

Chiropractors are mostly known for our neck and back treatments, but we can also help with shoulder pain. We can work with you to treat any of the following conditions:

  • Dislocated Shoulders
  • Frozen Shoulder Blades
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • Stress Injuries
  • Chronic Pain

No matter what kind of pain you are experiencing in your shoulder, we will provide quality chiropractic care to relieve the situation.

What Causes Shoulder Pain?

The most important part of relieving pain in the shoulder is knowing what caused it in the first place. Our chiropractor can treat and prevent your shoulder pain from returning. The shoulder is a joint and just like any joint it can wear down through chronic use and repeated stress. In addition to relieving pain through joint manipulation, we can provide additional assistance in restoring your health.

What Else Can Be Done About My Shoulder Pain?

Shoulder pain can be related to a general lack of wellness in the body. Learning how to balance your nutrition, manage chronic pain, and learn safer and healthier ways to move can help you overcome shoulder pain. This can also help you recover quicker from injuries that are known to cause shoulder pain.

Contact Anderson Chiropractic

It’s time to get relief from the shoulder pain that you deserve. To find out more information about how Anderson Chiropractic in McMurray can help with shoulder pain, contact us today at (724) 941-5805.


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