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At Home Remedies for Shoulder Pain

Apr 25, 2019 | Texas Partners Healthcare Group

4% to 26% of Americans will have shoulder pain in their lifetime

Shoulder pain is extremely common, especially amongst the adult population. It is estimated that about 4 to 26 percent of Americans will experience shoulder pain at one point during their lifetime. Because the shoulder joint is a complex network of muscles, ligaments, cartilage, nerves, and tendons, there are many different things that can go wrong. Regardless of what the problem is, early treatment is highly recommended. The sooner you receive treatment, the easier your recovery will be.

While visiting a pain management clinic may be necessary for many people, there are a handful of at-home treatments you can try first. Before we look at these, we are going to briefly look at the most common causes of shoulder pain. If you have any questions about this or would like to learn more about how stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine can help with shoulder pain, please do not hesitate to give us a call.

Common Causes of Shoulder Pain

In most cases, shoulder pain is caused by one of the following:

As mentioned earlier, because the shoulder joint is so complex, there are many possible causes of pain and discomfort. In order to understand what, exactly, is going on when your shoulder is in pain, it helps to have a basic understanding of the anatomy. Common outer shoulder problems include:

Front of the shoulder problems include:

Top of the shoulder pain may be from:

How to Treat Shoulder Pain at Home

 If you are experiencing shoulder pain in any way, the following at-home remedies may help you find relief sooner than later:

Treating shoulder pain usually begins within strengthening the muscles and calming down inflammation. Let’s now take a closer look at a few of these effective at-home remedies:

If you have tried the above at-home treatments yet are still living with shoulder pain, please contact our expert pain management clinic in Frisco, Texas, today. There have been numerous recent breakthroughs in stem cell research and regenerative medicine, providing us with additional options to treat this type of pain.