Shoulder Pain
The S.L.A.P. Injury

This is a very common injury to the Superior Labrum Anterior Posterior, which occurs in workers and athletes, using outstretched arms to complete daily actions. If ice (and RICE) are not helping, then cellular therapies may offer a solution.

Shoulder Pain

Common to workers who use their hands above the shoulder, or athletes who throw, or anyone unlucky enough to fall with an outstretched arm …

The labrum is a fibrous area around the glenoid cavity (socket where the ball of arm bone rests). The labrum is like a gasket that builds up the depth of the glenoid.

When injured or worn, it can cause pain, grinding, clicking or a feeling of the bone slipping out.

Overuse, injury, bursitis, ligament injury and arthritis are common causes for shoulder pain, at almost any age. If everyday remedies such as ice and rest don’t help your shoulder pain, you may consider cellular therapies, which use cells extracted from your fat layers and bone marrow to spark joint, ligament and muscle repair and rejuvenation.

This may alleviate pain and dysfunction faster and more completely than non-treatment or other therapies.

Shoulder surgery may be needed if there is a complete tear of the rotator cuff or other serious injury. Very few total joint replacements are performed worldwide for shoulder degeneration.

How healthy are you?

Health Score

Our 100-point Comprehensive Medical Assessment (CMA) will determine if Prolotherapy and other cellular treatment plans could alleviate or cure your shoulder pain, by targeting joints, ligaments and surrounding muscle groups.
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Our difference lies in offering long-term treatment therapies that encompass preventive medicine, regenerative medicine and healthy nutritional therapies to treat the cause, not the symptoms, of shoulder pain

We thrive based on the good results our patients obtain. Our Service is Guaranteed

Prolotherapy pain targeting

Cellular Pain Targeting

Hormone Balancing

Nutritional Counseling

Hybrid therapies are assigned to patients based on their 100-point Health Score.