Shoulder Instability/Dislocation

Shoulder Instability/Dislocation

 

What Causes It?

Shoulder stretched backwards and upwards with a collision or a fall. This position is the weakest point in the rotator cuff in the lower front of the shoulder thus causing instability or a dislocation to the shoulder.

 

 

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Symptoms:

Severe pain at shoulder joint, Great difficulty moving arm (even a little bit), Swelling

 

How Can Therapy Help?

Our skilled physical therapy team will do a full assessment on your shoulder to determine the best plan of care for decreasing pain, improving shoulder ROM and strength, along with return to sport/job. Modalities (TENS/E-stem, U/S), soft tissue mobilization and postural strengthening may be incorporated. Contact us at 970-460-0066 (Loveland/Johnstown/Windsor) or 970-568-4861 (Fort Collins) to see if physical therapy is appropriate for you!

Testimonials

Seriously, I walked in limping with a brace on my first day, and left feeling wonderful, and I kept improving after each visit!!! The exercises and attention from the therapists (Kelsey and Jamie) have helped me tremendously, which has enabled me to become more active than I have in a few years. I am truly grateful for their professionalism and attention to my individual need!! I’m HIGHLY recommend them!!

(Johnstown Clinic)

 

 

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(Johnstown Clinic)



I had postpartum hip issue when I first came into RMPT. I’ve had physical therapy before but never believed in it. This time Jason took over my case and after 12 sessions I am back to 100%. Thank you so much for taking such great care of me. (Fort Collins-Central Clinic)

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