Shoulder pain is common, especially among people who pursue careers in computers, sports, or jobs that require the overuse of shoulders. Other reasons are arthritis due to aging, formation of myofascial trigger points, injuries caused by a fall, twisting (sprain or strain) of muscle ligaments and other supporting structures of the shoulder, dislocation of shoulder joint, broken bones, inflammation due to injury (bursitis) and radiating pain from the neck.
Shoulder Pain Causes
- Frozen shoulder
- Shoulder muscle spasm and trigger point formation as part of repetitive stress injuries
- Shoulder Impingement Syndrome: It is a condition that affects the muscles that cover the shoulder and secure the arm to the shoulder blade (rotator cuff), causing shoulder pain. It occurs mostly in people who are involved in repeated overhead activities.
- Weak shoulder muscles
- Alteration in the synchronized motion of the shoulder blade and arm, during overhead hand motions.
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Tendonitis and Bursitis of the Shoulder
At CMRA Bengaluru, we use different combinations of drug less therapies which are used in PFT (blend of traditional ayurveda (but no medicine), trigger point and myofascial realising technique, Physiotherapy that includes postural correction, ergonomics training. Arthritis related shoulder pain , NAET treatment for inflammation reduction, cartilage regeneration treatment.