Is shoulder pain stopping you from exercising or daily activities? Shoulder pain is a very common and fixable problem. If left untreated, shoulder pain could evolve into frozen shoulder, rotator cuff issues, labrum problems, and drastic decreases in mobility and quality of life.

The best solution for shoulder pain relief is available at Flow Chiropractic & Sports Therapy! Our team of providers continues to have success in treating patients with shoulder pain in Ocean County, NJ including Toms River, Brick, and surrounding areas. We use the most effective functional movement exercises, and extremity adjustment techniques combined with manual therapy and bodywork to reduce your pain and restore mobility. Our patient specific approach to treatment plan formulation is designed to help you achieve your goals.

Our goal at Flow Chiropractic & Sports Therapy is to reduce your pain and improve your quality of life— that’s why we offer not only, the best rehab chiropractic care, but also, everything from lifestyle advice to nutritional counseling for long-term health benefits. Don’t let shoulder pain stop you – trust our experienced team with your care today!

Shoulder pain is an extremely common occurrence and one that is caused by a variety of factors inclusing, including injury, poor posture, and/or muscular imbalance and stress.

Also known as adhesive capsulitis, it is typically due to trauma. Frozen shoulder is typically associated with pain and stiffness in the shoulder joint. You may also experience a complete reduction in shoulder range of motion to where you cannot move it at all. The reductions in range of motion are typically slow and progressive over time, however, there are instances of rapid onset of symptoms (insidious onset frozen shoulder) and can happen overnight.

Thoracic outlet syndrome occurs when there is impingement on the nerves or blood vessels in an area between your clavicle (collar bone) and ribs in the space between your neck and shoulder joint.

Most often, thoracic outlet syndrome in gamers will come secondary to poor posture—slouching forward in their chairs and leaning towards the screen while gaming. Another condition which may lead to thoracic outlet syndrome is upper crossed syndrome.