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Common Questions About Shoulder Pain Relief

Common Questions About Shoulder Pain Relief

With all the commercials, news, and reports concerning prescription pain pills or the after-effects of surgery, you may want to consider chiropractic care as an alternative. If you are looking for a proven chiropractor in Lexington or the surrounding areas, the staff of Lynch Chiropractic Center is ready to assist you. Here are some common questions our chiropractor receives regarding shoulder pain.

What is a Dislocated Shoulder?

A dislocated shoulder occurs when your upper arm bone pops out of its socket in your shoulder blade. A dislocated shoulder is typically caused by a traumatic event, like a sports injury or car accident, that results in severe pain, bruising, swelling, and impaired motion. Our chiropractor can relieve the symptoms of your dislocated shoulder and ensure it heals properly.

Should I get Medical Assistance for my Shoulder Pain?

You should seek medical assistance when you do not know the cause of your shoulder pain or you do not know how to relieve it. Our chiropractor will identify the source of your shoulder pain and provide you with corresponding chiropractic care. Some types of shoulder pain respond best to chiropractic manipulation, while other types will respond best to corrective exercises. Our chiropractor will create a chiropractic care plan tailored to your needs.
What Should I do for my Shoulders After I Work Out or Use my Shoulders for Work?
You can do some stretches, get massages, apply hot/cold treatments, and rest. Some stretching exercises we frequently recommend include shoulder shrugs, and stretching your arms forward, to the sides, and upward.

Contact Lynch Chiropractic Center

For more information about shoulder pain relief, contact Lynch Chiropractic Center today. Located in Lexington, Kentucky, our chiropractor has over 30 years of experience providing natural and effective shoulder pain relief. For more information on how our chiropractor treats shoulder pain or to schedule an appointment, call us at (859) 266-1999.

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Lexington Office

Monday
7:45 am - 6:15 pm
Tuesday
7:45 am - 6:15 pm
Wednesday
7:45 am - 6:15 pm
Thursday
7:45 am - 6:15 pm
Friday
7:45 am - 12:30 pm
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