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Many people suffer from shoulder pain at some point in their life, a common complaint with various causes. Just as with all other painful conditions, the quicker you receive the appropriate care, the quicker the pain will go away. This means you can get back to your normal daily activities and prevent your pain from becoming a chronic problem.

So what is the main cause of shoulder pain? The most common cause of shoulder pain is rotator cuff tendinitis or bursitis, a condition when rotator cuff tendons become trapped under the bony area in the shoulder, becoming inflamed or damaged.

Other common causes of shoulder pain are:

Studies have shown that many people suffer from pain at some point in their life. Some types of pain can diminish on their own as the body heals itself. However, for many others, their pain seems to never end, interrupting their sleep and possibly affecting their daily activities. Spinal manipulation (also referred to as chiropractic adjustments) is the most common treatment. Ongoing treatment by a chiropractor can provide long-term benefits by manipulating the spine into place and allowing nutrients to flow into the discs and assist with natural healing.

Your chiropractor would like you to understand that the relationship between the body’s structure and its function actually affects your overall health. Spinal manipulation can restore the body to its optimal function.

Consider why chiropractic care is important for you:

The most common cause of lower back pain is a torn or pulled muscle and/or ligament that can occur while performing a variety of activities. Sprains affect the ligaments and strains affect the muscles, both caused when over-stretching and tearing of the ligament or muscle. Sprains and strains do not typically cause long-lasting pain, but acute pain can be quite severe.

What is the most common reason for lower back pain?

For many people, recovery from surgery is a long, arduous journey. Pain following surgery is common, but how do you know if your pain is normal, or if falls into the definition of “extreme” pain. Failed back surgery syndrome (also referred to as FBSS) refers to chronic back or neck pain that continues after a back or spine surgery if it does not achieve the desired result. Why not look for back surgery alternatives before committing to invasive surgery.

So what are the symptoms of failed back surgery? Here are some of the more common symptoms, including:

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