Envista Medical provides non-surgical shoulder pain treatments for immediate relief and lasting results.
Chronic shoulder pain can affect nearly all aspects of your life.
Whether you’re reaching for an item on the shelf or picking up your grandchild, the sharp pain or dull ache can strike at any time. Sleep may offer some relief … as long as you don’t unintentionally roll onto your bad shoulder.
Everyday use of the joint can make existing pain even worse.
Surgery, with all of its potential risks, may seem like the only option if you ever want to have proper use of your shoulder again. But at Envista, we believe that surgery isn’t always the most effective treatment for shoulder pain.
Get Rid of Your Shoulder Pain Without Surgery. Start your road to relief by making an appointment.
Our team of medical experts work together to build a conservative, holistic action plan to heal your shoulder.
We’re experienced in treating patients who have shoulder pain from:
Rotator cuff tears
Brachial plexus injury
Pain from past injuries
Pain when lifting arms
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Get a free consultation by calling (661) 587-0700 or simply fill out the form on the side of this page.
What Shoulder Pain Treatments Does Envista Medical Offer?
One of our doctors will give you a thorough examination and analysis to test your range of motion and flexibility, and determine the root cause of your pain. Once your condition is properly diagnosed, we’ll create a treatment program to bring you out of pain as soon as possible.
Your plan may include:
You’ll strengthen the muscle around your spine and improve your posture with proper exercises and resistance training. Ultimately, this will lead to better joint mobility and muscle flexibility.
Spinal adjustments can correct your misalignment problems and relieve muscle strain. At Envista Medical we use the Gonstead technique, which involves a thorough analysis of the spine leading to a specific and gentle adjustment of the involved segment and not a general manipulation of the spine.
Injection-based procedures treat your pain by going directly to the source. Trigger point injections, corticosteroid injections, and other joint injections can help relieve your pain and inflammation while increasing your mobility.