Shoulder Pain Therapy 5/5 (39)

Shoulder pain2Shoulder Pain is SO limiting!

It makes everything ACHE, your neck, arm, chest and down your back. Even little tasks like putting away the groceries become a chore.

The shoulder is a complex ball and socket joint that is made up of three bones: the humerus (arm bone), the scapula (shoulder blade) and the clavicle (collar bone).

There are ligaments that help support the shoulder and dozens of muscular attachments that help move the shoulder.

As you can imagine there are a lot of causes of shoulder pain.

Overhead activities, such as swimming or throwing a baseball, may cause pinching of the rotator cuff or biceps tendons. Poor sitting posture will place increased stress on the shoulder and cause pain. Proper placement of your keyboard and mouse are critical to limiting this kind of pain. Trauma such as falls or accidents can injure the shoulder.

Even sleeping wrong can be a source of injury! All to often our shoulder will start to hurt…and we can’t pin down a specific reason or injury!

Regardless of how it happened – Acupuncture can help!

Auriculotherapy gave me INSTANT relief!

Here’s a video that illustrates the protocol used to treat acute shoulder pain.

Auricuotherapy, or ear acupuncture, is quite effective for pain. But don’t overlook this powerful technique for other conditions as well.

Proponents of auriculotherapy suggest nearly any health condition can be addressed by this technique.  We’ve gathered six recently published research studies that illustrate a sampling of conditions for which auriculotherapy is effective.

The studies cover the topics of

  • Dementia
  • Insomnia
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Stress
  • Constipation
  • Weight Loss

Updated to include:

  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Menstrual Irregularities
  • Depression Associated with Obesity
  • Methamphetamine Withdrawal
  • Migraine Therapy

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Alan Gifford MS, Practice Coach

For 20 years, Alan worked in the corporate world as a director of sales and marketing. He made a career change in 2003, returning to complete his Masters degree in Exercise and Wellness from Arizona State University. As a marketer and Exercise Physiologist, Alan spent the next four years working with Healthcare practitioners to increase patient volume, satisfaction and retention. He now works directly with clients of Miridia Technology to promote their practice and patient experience. In addition to English, he is fluent in Spanish and assists in developing our Latin-market presence.

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