Sometimes you don’t know what might be causing your shoulder pain because not all shoulder pains are common.
However, if you feel pain when you reach out for something, raise your arm, and your shoulder is swelling up, getting red, and getting stiff, shoulder bursitis might just be the culprit.
Physical therapy is great for providing relief to shoulder pain without harmful drugs or surgery. A therapist will evaluate your shoulder, and put you on a specific treatment plan to restore full motion to your shoulder.
Request an appointment with us today to see a physical therapist and learn how you can get rid of your shoulder pain.