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Pain Management for Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain is commonly experienced in connection with an injury or disease. In most cases, the pain lessens and disappears in a few days’ time. However, damage to the rotator cuff muscle accompanied by excess stress or for that matter trauma or tear to the tendons, can be a matter of serious concern which has to be brought to the attention of a pain management specialist.

Traditional Treatment for Pain

Shoulder pain can manifest itself in different forms such as aches, numbness, stiffness, burning and other discomforting sensations. Based on proper medical evaluation and diagnosis, the physician would formulate an individualized treatment plan which may include a multifaceted range of pain relieving techniques that can be effective for the shoulder. Some of the pain management techniques include:

  • Therapeutic Exercise
  • Pain Relieving Modalities (TENS, Ultrasound)
  • Manual Therapy
  • Medication (NSAID, muscle relaxants, anti-convulsants and antidepressants)
  • Prolotherapy
  • Injections

Apart from this, the patient would be advised to take rest so as to speed up the healing process and restore full range of motion. The shoulder being a complex joint connecting the upper extremities, it is important to refrain from doing strenuous activities till the condition is cured and the patient has regained complete control and strength.

Relief from Persistent Pain

Pain management can provide much relief for mild, moderate to persistent shoulder pain. There are numerous healthcare centers and facilities in the US which provide exclusive treatment and counsel the patients on keeping pain at bay. Even so, always ensure that acute shoulder pain is treated at its very onset so that it doesn’t develop into a chronic condition wherein a more aggressive mode of treatment including surgery may be the last or final resort.

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