Pain with reaching, pushing, pulling, gripping, and general arm use can be a real nuisance.
Let us craft a personal treatment plan for your upper body pain.
Upper extremity injury can occur suddenly, as in a fall onto an arm, or over time and seemingly without reason.
Our therapists are trained to identify the source of your pain, but even more importantly, the reason your arm or shoulder became painful in the first place.
Referred pain from the neck, poor posture, stiffness in the thoracic spine, muscular weakness, and/or muscular tightness are all potential causes of upper extremity pain. Without identifying a root cause, it is likely that you will return to your doctor’s office again and again with a similar complaint.
Our therapists are Jackson County Physical Therapy are trained to assist you in resolving your pain, and prevent it from returning.
Common shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand issues that we can treat include:
- rotator cuff injury or tear
- rib or shoulder dislocation
- glenohumeral labral tear
- impingement syndrome
- tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis
- golfer’s elbow or medial epicondylitis
- wrist sprain/strain
- DeQuervain’s syndrome
- thumb pain
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- arthritic changes and arthritis