Frozen shoulder

Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, is characterized by a tremendous decrease in the range of motion of the shoulder due to soft tissue contracture and capsular adhesions. The big cause of this condition is prolonged immobilization of the shoulder due to surgery, whiplash, other shoulder and neck disorders, as well as visceral conditions such as coronary artery disease. Pain and stiffness of gradual onset are the main complaints, and can occur with some other co-morbid condition (i.e. longterm disability). Other conditions of the shoulder that Dr. Serrick can expertly diagnose and treat such are: scapula and faulty scapular movement, tendonitis (including [...]

By |2017-02-23T21:42:14+00:00March 6, 2016|Downtown Toronto Chiropractor Blog|0 Comments

Guidelines for Shoulder Injury

Return to Play Standards for Shoulder Injury The shoulder joint, or glenohumeral joint, is one if the most regularly injured joints in athletes I handle many shoulder injuries in my practiceMost shoulder injuries can be treated with chiropractic care and the client can anticipate recovery Some of the most typical injuries to the joint are: Instability Rotator Cuff Injury Superior Labrum Sore There is enhancing evidence that the pathophysiology of rotator cuff injuries are more complicated than formerly believed. The way the tendon heals has a fantastic effect on treatment and recuperation Tendons are usually injured in 2 ways: Direct trauma-- usually in contact [...]

By |2017-02-23T21:46:49+00:00August 7, 2015|Downtown Toronto Chiropractor Blog|0 Comments
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