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A Multi-Tier Approach for Shoulder Pain Treatment

Written By Rockwall Elite Healthcare on October 18, 2019

Woman Receiving Should Pain Treatment in RockwallThe doctors and nurse practitioners at Rockwall Elite Healthcare are proud to offer three separate therapies for those who suffer from shoulder pain or chronic shoulder pain.

Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) for Shoulder Pain

Platelet-rich plasma holds damaged tissue repairing proteins that assist in healing your body without invasive surgery. The neat thing about platelet-rich plasma therapy is that the procedure uses your own blood to heal your injury.

To begin, your nurse will take a sample of your blood and place it in a machine that spins rapidly. This spinning lasts for about 15 minutes and separates the plasma from the blood matter.

The nurse will then inject the plasma directly into your shoulder injury. The concentrated plasma aids in repairing damaged tissue and reduces inflammation for wonderful pain relief.

Stem Cell Therapy for Shoulder Pain

Stem cell therapy is another injection procedure that uses amniotic matter (usually from a placenta membrane) make new cells that match the loss of healing cells in the injured area. Your nurse will administer the injection at the site of your injury – in this case, in your shoulder.

Laser Therapy

Laser therapy is another alternative treatment that reduces inflammation and tendonitis in the shoulder area. The treatment is a non-invasive procedure that uses high concentrations of laser light directed on the injured area. This laser affects the damaged tissue by sealing blood vessels and nerve endings to reduce the pain in your shoulder.

Heal Your Shoulder Pain with Chiropractic Care in Rockwall, TX

The professionals at Rockwall Elite Healthcare want to provide you with three excellent therapy options that are natural and non-invasive forms of treatment. The doctors and nurses at the clinic will help you discover the right therapy option for your shoulder pain, as well as suggest supplemental exercises to help further the healing process.

If you would like to know more about alternative treatments for shoulder pain, schedule an appointment today or call at (972)-961-0673.

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