Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain

Life Can Be Tough When Your Shoulder Is Working Properly

Typical Shoulder Problems

Shoulder pain and discomfort can adversely affects a person’s quality of life.  It is the most common complaint seen by General Practitioners (GP) and Primary Care Providers. Shoulder pain can be the result of an accident, an athletic injury or simply lifting something heavy, sleeping the wrong way or household chores, especially repetitive ones.

Whether you have damaged your rotator cuff because you were a little too overzealous at touch football with your friends on Sunday, or you are sore from trying to weed the garden and paint the garage in one afternoon, physical therapy can help. It is our aim to provide you with the information and therapy to help you recover from a shoulder injury and to prevent future injuries from occurring.

When you realize all the different ways and positions we use our hands every day, it is easy to understand how hard daily life can be when the shoulder isn't working well.

Learn about our different therapy options

At Oasis, we offer everything from aquatic and massage therapies, to community classes and sports medicine. Learn how we can help you today.

How Treatment Can Help

Working with a Physical Therapist can be beneficial to reducing your ankle pain. When it comes to treating ankle pain there are numerous treatment options. Treatment will be dependent on the type of injury, pain and other factors of the individual such as age, weight, and type of work, recreational activities and general health. Therapy will help to overcome or lessen the pain and symptoms and help improve your general fitness and muscle strength, through specific exercises tailored to your condition and individual needs.

Oasis Physical Therapy also offers Hydrotherapy. Hydrotherapy is the process of conducting exercise in a warm-water pool. The water supports your weight and therefore puts less pressure on your muscles and joints.

Going Forward

If you have shoulder pain while lifting, sleeping, carrying things or dressing, you should know that physical therapy is a clinically proven solution. Your therapist can help relieve your pain, regain your movement and build your strength back without having to go through surgery or take medications. If you would like to see how physical therapy can help you regain some of your range of motion and strength, please call one of our three offices. Our experienced therapists understand your needs and will work with you and your doctor to design exercises and treatment specifically designed to help you decrease your pain for the long term.

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