Shuddering from Shoulder Pain? April 09 2009


Shoulder pain can often result in the extended immobility of the sufferer. There are several factors that are involved in shoulder disorders.

The aging process, including disuse and atrophy; strain and overuse; and trauma all causes for shoulder immobility.

It’s also not uncommon that many shoulder problems are a result of a combination of these factors. Often times, those who suffer from shoulder pain are rendered immobile for months at a time, requiring disability aid and unable do physical labor.

Physical therapy can usually help improve most shoulder conditions. If surgery is possible, the PT will work with you before and after the surgery to create a program that will allow you to increase your strength and regain motion.

Your physical therapist has the skills and knowledge to make your recovery as quick as possible.