Shoulder pain can arise from two different areas. First between the shoulder blades (scapulae) which is probably a musculoskeletal issue or second the shoulder joint itself. This type is often miss-diagnosed as a rotor cuff tear (usually in 60+) with limited motion (frozen shoulder) can be very difficult to live with.
Proper diagnosis and treatment can restore normal function. Manual adjustments combined with physiotherapy, and exercises can often achieve these results fairly quickly.
If our spine was located on our face we’d take much better care of it than we do now. So what do we have to do to care for our back and nervous system better?
Movement is life and life is movement. But where do I start? How much should I exercise and for how long? What is safe and appropriate for my back problem, for my body type, my age?
There is no one diet that is good for everybody and at different times of life our bodies have different nutritional needs. Negotiating the diet and nutritional maze can be daunting but we can show you where to start and guide you along the way.
Getting pain-free and well again and then staying pain free and well demands a plan that includes some specific health Knowledge. What should I do and what should I not be doing?
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