Do You Have Discomfort With Any Of The Following Shoulder Movements:
Reaching Up – Out – Back?
Raising Your Hand To Signal Pick Me First? (Don’t worry – I usually wasn’t picked first either).
If You answered YES to any of the previous – You may have a painful shoulder that needs medical attention.
This month, PEAK Physical Therapy is observing June as Shoulder Pain Awareness Month. There are many reasons for having Shoulder Pain. We have nearly seen them all so you will be in good hands (we keep our shoulders healthy in order to help & treat you!) from the Discovery, Evaluation, Treatment, to Discharge.
And once you receive physical therapy and recover from your painful shoulder which has limited you & your life…you will ‘armed’ with both knowledge and movements to keep your shoulders healthy & well.
If your raised your hand…we promise to pick you, and not last too, but you will have to contact us via phone, email, webform, snail mail, or carrier pigeon (if you have one). Reach For Better Health and get ‘ahold’ of living an Active, Independent, Dynamic, & Enjoyable Life! If You Need Physical Therapy And You Want Your Health To Last…Choose PEAK PT FIRST!™
Until We Chat Again…
Be & Stay Well!
If you would like to learn more on this topic, please click HERE (the link is internal – not external…we want you always to be safe whether you are in the clinic or on our website).
Remember, We’re here to help…
If you’re in pain and would like to talk to us about getting some pain relief help, an evaluation, or if you are looking for physical therapy treatment, remember we are always here to help you.
If you would like to to speak with a Physical Therapist, schedule a Meet & Greet or a Physical Therapy Evaluation, please Click Here to complete our Contact Us form or Call Us at 757-564-7381.
P.S.: Do you know someone suffering with aches & pain?
Who do you know that is always telling you about their aches and pains? We would love to help them live a pain free life too.
That person could be someone who you live with, work with, or an extended friend or family member, who is maybe suffering with some kind of ache or pain that we can fix.