Should I get help for shoulder pain?

Shoulder painPlenty of people struggle with shoulder pain, but don’t seek help because they can still function normally. You shouldn’t wait too long to have the problem checked out, however. Shoulder injuries can start out as a basic nagging pain, but quickly transition to severe pain the longer the underlying source of the condition goes untreated. Addressing the problem before it has a chance to deteriorate also makes it easier to treat, so it’s more likely to heal quickly. The longer you wait, the more involved the remedy will be.

If you’re concerned about your shoulder, contact the experts at Castle Pines Physical Therapy or Cherry Creek Physical Therapy. We treat problems that are still small, as well as the ones that have developed into chronic issues. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment, or request more information by calling (303) 805-5156 or visiting the online contact page.

Dr. Cynthia Oberholtzer-Classen, DPM
Founder and Owner of Podiatry Associates, PC