Shoulder pain that causes a decreased ability to hold objects, decreases arm mobility, or persists when the arm is at rest require immediate attention. Shoulder pain that lasts for more than a few days should be seen by a professional.
Shoulder pain often stems from the neck. Chiropractors typically check form a connection between the neck and shoulder pain first. Chiropractic treatment is extremely effective in treating shoulder pain, regardless of its connection tot he neck or not. Ice packs, heat, and gentle chiropractic care through manipulation are typically enough to naturally heal the pain. Regular chiropractic visits and stretches at homes are excellent ways to keep your shoulder healthy and functional