Arm & Shoulder Pain
Persistent arm and shoulder pain may be caused by degenerative joints, damaged tendons, pulled muscles, or damaged bone tissue, resulting in limited range of motion and impaired quality of life.
Experiencing ongoing pain and wondering if you should see a doctor? Here are some symptoms to watch out for:
Swelling and redness
Changes in skin temperature
Muscle spasms and weakness
Immobility or limited range of motion
Shortness of breath*
*If you experience chest tightness or shortness of breath we advise you to seek immediate medical attention.
Arm & Shoulder Treatments
Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy
PRP is an autologous blood-derived product that contains properties like growth factors and cytokines that help to restore damaged tissue.Learn More
Trigger Point Injection
Trigger point injections are quick and efficient outpatient procedures that soothe muscular trigger points and myofascial pain.
A procedure in which a steroid medication is injected into a tendon sheath to reduce inflammation and pain.
A procedure in which a steroid medication is injected to reduce joint inflammation, swelling, and pain.
A procedure in which steroidal medication is injected into a group of nerves to block pain signals.Learn More
Spinal Cord Stimulation
A procedure in which a device is implanted to block the transmission of pain signals through low voltage stimulation.
Dual Sympathetic Block
Also known as the Stellate Ganglion Block, the Dual Sympathetic Block (DSB) temporarily resets the sympathetic nervous system and blocks the transmission of pain signals.
Radiofrequency ablations utilize heat to effectively block the brain from processing pain signals transmitted by nerves in the spine.
Find the right arm & shoulder treatment for you.
Our medical team can help you find the best treatment based on your medical history and current symptoms.