Shoulder And Neck Pain
Dr. Jeff Denning, DPT, Cert-CMFA
Owner and Founder of Invictus Rx
A Message From eff Denning, DPT, Cert-CMFA, TPI Power 2 Certified, Owner and Founder of Invictus Rx
“Why Is This Happening to Me?”
“Why Am I Still Suffering With Neck and Shoulder Pain After Putting up With It for 6 Months - Sometimes More?”
Does That Describe You?
Have You Ever Experienced Something Similar?
Is This How You’re Feeling?
If You Have Neck or Shoulder Pain, Here Are 7 More Reasons Why It May Be Lasting Longer Than It Should:
1. That which you hoped would disappear on its own has proven stubbornly resistant to your best efforts.
2. You went to the doctor, who prescribed rest and pain medication, but the agony persisted even after you took the medication.
3. Someone close to you has probably informed you that it’s normal to experience neck and shoulder pain as you age.
4. You have previously visited a Physical Therapist or another medical professional, but you did not experience any improvement as a result of their care.
5. You’ve already tried pain relievers like heating pads and TENS units, but they haven’t helped the pain at all.
6. You decided to take it easy because the pain in your neck or shoulders was so severe, yet the discomfort persists.
7. You got a few “massages” in an attempt to alleviate the discomfort, but while they were pleasant, they did not provide a permanent solution to the problem.
If any of the above has happened to you, please give us a call to speak with one of our Physical Therapists about how we may help. If you’ve tried any of these, we know they won’t work, and that’s a step closer to figuring out what will. If you want some guidance you can trust, use the link below to schedule a call with us:
“How Can You Get Rid of Neck/Shoulder Pain?” …
So, here are four things you can do:
1. The first step is to choose to get assistance. So many individuals put off getting help for their neck and shoulder pain because they believe it will “go away with time,” but after six months, they’re still suffering through it (or it’s become worse).
2. Next, do the RIGHT exercises; one of the best ways to help ease your neck and/or shoulder pain is to do the right series of progressed exercises; the right exercises given to you by a Physical Therapist will help reduce pain, allow you to move freely again swiftly, and ensure that the problems don’t return any time soon.
3. You should try to avoid sitting or sleeping in uncomfortable situations – Is your neck always sore in the morning? Or maybe you’ve experienced shoulder tension after a day of sitting. Bad posture while sitting and sleeping are two of the worst habits that can aggravate pain in the neck and shoulders. In addition to manual therapy, you may find it helpful to perform specific strengthening exercises for improved posture in order to resume your normal activities as soon as feasible.
4. People suffering from neck and shoulder pain can benefit from physical therapy, and the hands-on kind is the best. This is really rather frequent, and one of the most prevalent conditions we treat at Invictus Rx. Physiotherapy can help you get back to living your life as soon as possible if neck and/or shoulder pain is interfering with your work, if tightness or tension in your shoulders is keeping you from sleeping, if it is preventing you from staying active, or if it is threatening your independence and preventing you from spending quality time with your loved ones.
To find out how the Physical Therapy professionals at Invictus Rx can assist you in reducing your daily burden of neck and shoulder discomfort, we offer a free, no-obligation, risk-free consultation at one of our Idaho Falls offices.
So Here’s the Next Question:
“How Can Choosing Invictus Rx Physical Therapy Help You Get Rid of Neck And/or Shoulder Pain?”
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