BACK/SHOULDER PAIN AND POST SURGICAL RECOVERY
Back pain is one of the most common conditions treated in Physical Therapy.
There are many causes of back pain. In therapy we treat back pain caused by problems arising from the musculoskeletal system, misalignment of the spine, nerve impingement syndromes, pain caused by flattening of the intervertebral discs, arthritis, bad posture, and others.
We at South Florida Rehabilitation Consultants, through our in depth evaluation, determine the cause of the problem and develop an appropriate treatment plan to treat it.
We eliminate the pain and provide strengthening, alignment, postural exercises, and education so you can eliminate pain and prevent it from reoccurring.
When you take pain medication it helps you while you are taking the medication, but if you do not know what is causing the pain and know ways to prevent it, the pain will come back again.
SHOULDER PAIN AND SURGICAL RECOVERY
There are many causes for shoulder pain.
Pain happen as a result of a neurological condition, such as a stroke, where pain can be caused by lack of strength in the muscle and joint separation causing a subluxation, or it could be due to increased spasticity.
It can be as a result of a nerve impingement or a capsular impingement.
Pain can be of an orthopedic nature, such as a rotator cuff injury, a ligamentous injury; it can also be as a result of arthritis and joint inflammation.
We have expert therapists at South Florida Rehabilitation Consultants, Inc. who can determine the root cause for the pain. Our physical and occupational therapists are highly trained in the treatment of all conditions of the shoulder resulting in the best outcome possible.
Our Physical and Occupational therapists have extensive experience in the treatment of shoulder pain and post-surgical recovery and keep up to date on the newest surgical procedures and rehabilitation for these joints. We utilize pain reducing modalities and myofascial release techniques coupled with strengthening programs to obtain excellent results in patient recovery. Our patients usually make full recovery and are able to engage in activities they have been wanting to do but were unable to perform prior to surgery.We know we can help you achieve your fullest potential!! Give us a call.