Pain Management for Upper Arm and Collarbone Injuries
Shoulder pain is common. Each shoulder is composed of three bones – the arm, shoulder blade, and the collarbone. Ligaments stabilize the joints while tendons, elongating from muscles, connect to the bones and facilitate movement. When the system malfunctions, pain develops and makes movement with the arms difficult.
Symptoms of Shoulder Injuries:
- Full range of shoulder motion limited or “frozen”
- Long lasting pain
Many shoulder injuries are actually a result of a problem with the rotator cuff, a collection of muscles and tendons used to move the bones of the shoulder. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms in the shoulder area, it is important you schedule a consultation with Neurology & Pain Treatment.
Causes of Rotator Cuff Pain
Many shoulder injuries are actually a result of a problem with the rotator cuff, a collection of muscles and tendons used to move the bones of the shoulder. The ball of the upper arm bone is held in the shoulder socket by this collection. An injury from repetitive motion, like swinging a golf club or tennis racket, can lead to limited mobility in the arm.
Shoulder Pain Causes Include:
- Joint arthritis
- Bone spurs
- Rotator cuff tendonitis and tears
- Biceps tendonitis
- Labrum tears
- Heart disease
- Repetitive movements
Shoulder Treatment in Milwaukee
Medication may reduce shoulder pain for a time, yet it often does not treat the source of the pain. Similarly, resting might allow for a minor injury to heal. In more severe cases, including tissue and rotator cuff tears, surgery is frequently recommended. Fortunately, prolotherapeutic regenerative therapy for shoulder injuries is available at the Neurology & Pain Treatment Clinic. Prolotherapy t is an excellent alternative as the injection therapy reduces pain and restores function.
Through the years we have successfully treated numerous patients experiencing shoulder pain. Our combinations of conventional and alternative care have enabled them to avoid surgery, regain function, and eliminate pain.
Many conventional and alternative treatments are available. Proper care requires the correct diagnosis and expert management. After your consultation, we will determine the best pain treatment plan for you.
We offer many alternatives to surgery or pain killer medications. There’s no need to have a lifetime prescription or surgery when you go to Neurology & Pain Treatment in Milwaukee.
Call us at 414-453-7780 to find out how we can help.