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Halloween – Time to Treat Your Shoulder Pain

Time to Treat Your Shoulder Pain?

Do you enjoy Halloween? I enjoy the neighbor’s kids calling and I’d rather handout a few “treats” than have a “trick” played on me.

When the “Trick or Treaters” call tonight do think about treating your shoulder.

Whether you like Halloween or not it’s very hard to ignore trick or treating.

Shoulder pain often comes and goes, and it can be easy to put off proper treatment.

Here are three exercises that you can do tonight that will help relieve your shoulder pain:
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New Shoulder Flex Exercise Video

My Latest Shoulder Exercise Video

I’ve just added a new shoulder exercise video that’s a really great exercise to start to get your shoulder mobile and pain free. This new video shows you how a simple shoulder exercise can help you to relieve your shoulder pain.

Shoulder Flex Exercise Video

This shoulder exercise video shows you how to lift your arm above your shoulder even if your shoulder is really painful because the good shoulder does all the work.

Follow these instructions carefully….

1) The affected shoulder should stay relaxed during movement

2) The good arm lifts the sore arm

3) Keep the movement within your comfort zone

4) Perform 15 time, 3 times a day

How to Treat Shoulder Dislocation

Shoulder Dislocation Treatment

For all types of shoulder dislocation, the treatment of choice is painkillers, muscle relaxants and reducing the humeral head to its original position. The problem is that this is often easier said than done!

Putting the shoulder back in after dislocating your shoulder may require an anesthetic because of muscle spasm and adhesion. The patient is continued on painkillers, kept in a sling and gradually encouraged to do home exercises. Subsequently the range of movements is increased over a few weeks to regain strength and stability.

Shoulder Dislocation Recurrence

A big problem with shoulder dislocation is recurrence. If the first dislocation occurs within the age of 20, there is a 90% chance of shoulder dislocation recurrance, however physical therapy and a good shoulder strengthening program will reduce the likelihood.

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Shoulder Pain Laser Treatment

If you are suffering from shoulder pain it might be worth considering laser treatment.
Low-level laser therapy is a natural way to reduce shoulder inflammation.

You can have this done by a physical therapist for a few minutes a couple of times a week to relieve acute inflammation.

I use laser therapy with patient in my clinics regularly and it really does work.  Laser treatment is non-invasive, and helps reduce the need for surgery or drugs. It has anti-inflammatory actions and also helps to increase the rate of healing.

For further information about Shoulder Pain Laser Treatment and shoulder inflammation please see the links below:

Shoulder Pain Laser Treatment

Shoulder Inflammation

Natural Remedies for Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain Remedies

If you are looking for a natural remedy for reduce shoulder pain you could consider trying some natural anti-inflammatories that come in the form of foods, supplements, herbs or other natural treatments. Shoulder pain is often be caused by inflammation so if you relieve the inflammation you reduce the pain.

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Omega 3

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Glucosamine Sulphate

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Shoulder ice treatment

Another natural method to reduce shoulder inflammation is ice therapy. Using an [easyazon-link asin=”B000EAPNCQ”]ice pack[/easyazon-link] on your shoulder for a few minutes at a time regularly can help to reduce inflammation.

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Other natural shoulder treatments

Other natural treatments range from using [easyazon-link asin=”B000KFX10Q”]Shea Butter[/easyazon-link] to having low level laser therapy.

Shoulder Exercise

Perhaps the best natural remedy for shoulder pain is shoulder exercises and rehabilitation.

For further information about Natural Remedies for Shoulder Pain please see the links below:

Natural Remedies for Shoulder Pain

Ice therapy

Shoulder Exercises

Shoulder Rehabilitation

How to Treat Shoulder Bursitis

The first step in treating shoulder bursitis is to reduce shoulder inflammation. I always tell my patients that prevention is the best cure.  I know that it is difficult, but you must try to avoid doing things that cause the inflammation. For example, do not reach for things if that action causes pain.

If the pain persists anti-inflammatory medicines be required. However, anti-inflammatory drugs should not be taken continuously.

Once the initial inflammation subsides, some simple shoulder exercises should be enough to help treat this condition.

If the condition fails to improve, cortisone injections or steroids may be recommended by your doctor and in a small number of cases shoulder surgery may be required.

For further information see the following links:

Shoulder Bursitis

Shoulder Bursitis Treatment

Bursitis Surgery

Shoulder Surgery

Can Acupuncture Cure Frozen Shoulder?

Frozen Shoulder, or Adhesive Capsulitis, is the progressive and spontaneous inflammation of the shoulder.

In acupuncture, small needles are inserted into specific points on the body to relieve pain. In a recent study published in the Hong Kong Medical Journal, thirty-five adults diagnosed with Frozen Shoulder were randomly split into either an exercise group, or an exercise plus acupuncture group, and treated for six weeks.

Patients with right-shoulder pain had the needle inserted in the left leg, and left-shoulder pain was treated with a needle in the right leg. Patients receiving acupuncture in along with shoulder exercises showed overall greater improvement in shoulder mobility.

There are some criticisms of the Hong Kong study, but as acupuncture is generally considered safe, using acupuncture to treat Frozen Shoulder is worth considering.

For further information see Acupuncture and Frozen Shoulder