Have you ever wondered why you have shoulder popping? I often hear this question in my practice, “Why is my shoulder popping?” There are multiple reasons for this common issue. The shoulder is a complex and unstable joint. It is comprised of bone, ligaments, cartilage, and tendons that allow for the ease of movement in so many different directions, but this is also why the shoulder is a commonly injured joint that results in shoulder pain. Why do I have shoulder pain and
5 All Natural Ways to Soothe Joint Inflammation So you suffer from arthritis or some other form of joint inflammation, but you are unable to take medication or undergo surgery to alleviate your pain. What can you do? This short article will provide you will 5 suggestions for cooling inflammation without the use of invasive measures. As always, you should consult your doctor or physical therapist before making changes to any existing treatment program. Enjoy and be well! 1.
It’s time to GET TREATMENT now Before the beginning of the year! 1. Insurance Deductibles Are Usually Met by Now: Most patients don’t strategize in regards to their insurance deductibles. Most of us have met our deductibles or our max out of pocket making it a very good time of year to have things taken care of medically. So whether it’s a nagging physical ailment or another medical problem act now before the end of the year to save yourself some money. 2.
Sports Injury Therapy Asheville With our Sports Injury Therapy Asheville program, we offer cutting edge treatment and sport-specific solutions for all young athletes looking to get back into the game better, stronger and faster. Our proven solutions are non-invasive and drug-free. Our programs address the root cause of the pain to eliminate it at the source, and can restore normal pain free function quickly. This program is guided by an experienced Licensed Physical Therapist at Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness Asheville. Benefits of Adolescent
What is a Reverse Total shoulder Replacement (arthroplasty) (rTSA)? If you need to have a shoulder replacement, it is important to know the difference between a traditional shoulder replacement and a Reverse total shoulder replacement. In a traditional approach, a plastic socket is inserted into the glenoid, and a metal “ball” is inserted into the top of the humerus or upper arm bone. With the reverse method the ball and socket are switched, the plastic socket is inserted into the