Deep Tissue Laser Therapy Rotator Cuff Injury Treatment | Elite Spine & Sports Care
A rotator cuff injury to the shoulder can be painful and extremely disappointing to those who depend on the shoulder to pursue their athletic passions. The shoulder is instrumental in sports like golf, tennis, baseball, and swimming among others. The rotator cuff includes four tendons and muscles that come together around the shoulder joint, instrumental to the mobility of the arm. Stress to the rotator cuff can cause tears or swelling in the tendons, resulting in diminished flexibility and pain. Passaic County physical therapists can address these injuries, helping bodies heal while learning tools for future prevention at the same time.
Symptoms Of Rotator Cuff Injuries
The symptoms of a rotator cuff injury include weakness of the shoulder, difficulty lifting your arm above your head, cracking or creaking sounds with movement of the shoulder, and of course pain in the shoulder area. When you experience this kind of discomfort you should get in touch with your doctor or make an appointment with a Totowa NJ physical therapist for an analysis. When addressed in a timely manner successful treatment can begin and the healing process can get underway.
What Is Deep Tissue Laser Therapy?
Elite Spine & Sports Care Of Totowa focuses on deep tissue laser therapy treatment for rotator cuff injuries. This treatment involves the strengthening of the scapular and arm muscles surrounding the rotator cuff. In addition, deep tissue laser therapy can speed up the healing process. Deep tissue laser therapy focuses on the area of concern and gets the blood flowing so that tendons can heal. The rotator cuff is one of your most mobile joints and having it work properly is essential for an active lifestyle. Physical therapists and chiropractors at Elite Spine and Sports Care of Totowa offers attention to your healing in addition to preventative exercises to keep you enjoying the sports you love.
Elite Spine and Sports Care of Totowa NJ offers an approach based on the functional model and the dynamic use of manual medicine into physical therapy and rehabilitation. We believe that optimal health and performance can be attained through proper stability by enabling correct function via mobility of joints and corresponding muscles.