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Rotator Cuff Syndrome

Treatment for Shoulder Pain

If you are experiencing shoulder pain or stiffness, the most likely culprit is the rotator cuff. This is the most common cause of shoulder injuries for adults. While many aches and pains are more common for athletes, rotator cuff injuries are known for impacting people for all walks of life.

You never realize just how much you use your shoulders on a day to day basis until one of them starts hurting. Rotator cuff syndrome can seriously impact your life and possibly prevent you from doing your job. Take the time to get it fixed now before it gets worse. Book an appointment with National Spine & Pain Centers to see an experienced pain treatment specialist in your area.

What’s the Cause of Rotator Cuff Syndrome?

Like most muscle and joint pain conditions, rotator cuff syndrome usually develops gradually over time. Your shoulder pain may be caused by the following:

  • Wear and tear on the shoulder tendons
  • Trauma to the shoulder
  • Shoulder dislocation
  • Repetitive movement injuries
  • Structural abnormalities in the shoulder

These events can cause the muscles and tendons in the shoulder to bruise or tear. Thankfully, there are many non-surgical treatment options for this problem.

Don’t Wait – Seek Treatment Today

No one should have to live with pain, and if your shoulder injury is making it difficult to perform daily tasks then you need to seek treatment. At National Pain & Spine Centers we provide patients with a thorough assessment to learn more about their injury and determine the best course of treatment. We offer joint injections and platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy as treatment options, among other non-surgical procedures.

Contact National Spine & Pain Centers to schedule an appointment with an affiliated pain specialist for Rotator Cuff Syndrome treatment today.

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