Shoulder pain is a common ailment — affecting 18% to 26% of adults — but that doesn’t mean it’s ever convenient. The shoulder has the most range of motion of all our joints, so it’s not surprising that shoulder pain and injuries are both common and incredibly uncomfortable.

Because it’s one of the most-used parts of the body, it’s at a higher risk for injury, which is why it’s important to both understand how to protect the shoulders as well as how to properly treat shoulder pain and injuries.

Depending on the specifics of your injury, the shoulder therapy that your physical therapist will prescribe will likely include one or more of the following types of treatment:

Ice Therapy
Heat Therapy
Hands-on Therapy

Ask Our Skilled Physiotherapists at PhysioRehab Group on how we can help you treat your shoulder pain. Now open in Brampton and Bolton.

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