Shoulder pain may be the result of various structures that may give rise to the pain. Impingement of the rotator cuff tendon, a tear or a strain might cause shoulder pain. Additionally, adhesive capsulitis, and frozen shoulder might not only be painful, but might limit the range of motion of the shoulder as well as its functionality. Physical therapy can help with shoulder pain, including rehabilitation after surgery.
Specific exercise to strengthen the elements in the shoulder that require strengthening and stretching, along with proper posturing, will enable the shoulder to sit properly in its socket. Additionally, manual therapy to guide for proper positioning as well as stretching will be utilized.