Acute shoulder and arm pain: A Neuromuscular Therapy point of view

Arm pain, Neuromuscular therapy, Rotator cuff, Shoulder pain

In the case of Chad S., his shoulder pain pattern sounded to me like an impingement of the supraspinatus tendon caused by tight rotator cuff muscles combined with Trigger Points from those muscles. Impingement often has a throbbing or stabbing sensation with movement.   Trigger Points are strong from all of the rotator cuff muscles, radiating into many […]

March 28, 2009

Headache pain in a teenager: The case of Katy H.

Headaches, Neck pain

Headache pain is a surprisingly common complaint for teenagers that can be prevented and alleviated with a few simple steps. Katie H. was a healthy eighteen year old girl who was referred to my metro-Boston Neuromuscular Therapy center by her doctor after two months of serious pain in her head, neck and shoulder primarily at […]

March 14, 2009