Providing Natural Shoulder Pain Relief After Surgery

A painful condition of shoulders is a frequent complaint. Shoulder pain is the third leading reason for musculoskeletal pain. About two thirds of people experience shoulder discomfort at some time in their lives. The most painful shoulder is frequently at the middle of age (40-65 years).

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A few patients have shoulder pain such that they will undergo surgery. A lot of them will experience a good amount of relief from pain. But, some people will be left with the shoulder pain even after surgery. This article will present the most natural methods to provide shoulder pain relief after surgery. The article will also present research detailing a non-surgical, method that does not require drugs to treat post-surgical shoulder issues that cause persistent pain as well as two case studies that have been successful.

As a chiropractor for over 35 years, i have helped many people with shoulder pain. It is a complex joint. There are numerous bone, bursas, muscles and ligaments associated on the shoulders. There is also a fibrous capsulethat is stuffed with fluid, that covers the joint. It is a joint that can move in all directions.

A very important feature for the shoulder the fact that it is connected with the neck, which is also known as the cervical spine. Nerves leave openings in between the cervical spine’s bones which connect to muscles which enable the joint to move freely and correctly.

The treatment of shoulder discomfort with chiropractic looks to correct any movement that is not optimal or misalignment of the bones that make up the cervical spine and thus improve muscular functioning of shoulder joints. Additionally, treatment aimed at injury to the shoulder joint needs to be treated with chiropractic treatment.

I am reminded of a patient, George, who came to me after undergoing a rotator cuff procedure. The surgery has improved the shoulder’s movement substantially, but he felt moderate discomfort when performing specific shoulder movements. As I examined George, I found he had some misalignments of the neck’s bones and some mild restrictions of movement of the bones of the socket of his shoulder. A chiropractic adjustment (sometimes known as the adjustment for chiropractic) helped him to align his spine and restore normal movement of the shoulder joint. Following this George was able to experience complete shoulder pain relief, and normal shoulder motion.

Another patient of mine, Tom, had surgery for a tear to the labral of the shoulder. His recovery was initially great, but then seemed to slow a couple months after the surgery. He said his pain level was reduced by about by 80% following the surgical procedure. However, he still felt some minor post-surgical shoulder pain whether at rest or during activity. My exam of Tom identified spinal misalignments on his upper and lower back as well as some limitations in the mobility of the scapula bones, which is known to the majority of people for being the shoulders blade. Through chiropractic adjustments, we restored the proper motion as well as alignment for these parts and Tom got rid of shoulder pain.

A study from 2018 showed post-surgical patients suffering from persistent shoulder discomfort, who were treated with chiropractic manipulations significantly improved the shoulder’s movement and stability. Other studies have shown similar improvements in pain, motion and shoulder stability after chiropractic treatment was administered after surgery, to relieve shoulder discomfort.

Patients who visit chiropractors discover that having adjustments to the chiropractic system is secure, enjoyable experience as adjustments correct spinal misalignments, and the locked-up movement of fixed extremity joints.

Because of this, many patients choose to seek out the most natural, drug-free gentle chiropractic treatment to ease shoulder pain after surgery.

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