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A New Model for Shoulder Pain Treatment

We understand that it’s difficult for most of us to find time for traditional Shoulder physical therapy. Mantra Care brings to you online Shoulder pain treatment, where all Shoulder exercises and treatments are managed through regular online check-ins & video sessions.

Expert Physical therapists

Mantra Care members get matched with a professional physiotherapist for one-on-one Shoulder pain treatment. They use interactive exercise videos available on our app to treat you.

Continuous Medical Care

Mantra Care physiotherapists are 100% virtual and provide physical therapy to patients without any time and geographical barriers. Our technology-enabled approach helps manage physical ailments from head to toe.

Personalized Shoulder Pain therapy

MantraCare provides everyday exercises, home remedies, and regular check-ins for all your Shoulder pain physiotherapy needs. We individualize treatment for each person, with problems including Shoulder pain, muscle injuries, sprain, bursitis, stiffness, and more.

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Best Shoulder Pain Clinic, Now In Your Pocket

Our physical therapists or PTs are available in all parts of the world via an easy-to-use mobile application. The use of artificial intelligence, and data science enables the patients to connect with expert physiotherapists and get real-time insights into their Shoulder health.

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How it works

Mantra Care Patient Signup

Signup for our Shoulder Treatment Program

Just fill up a 5-minute online form to tell us about your Shoulder pain history and treatment expectations.

Online Doctor Consultation

Meet your PT

We will connect you with a physiotherapist who is available 24/7 to you via call or chat.

Online Treatment

Connect to our app

Get Physical Therapy sessions on our app via video calls. Follow exercises suggested by our PT and track your progress in the app.

Meet the best online physical therapist

MantraCare physical therapists treat muscle and joint pain problems through a combination of body exercises, video demonstrations, and a healthy diet. Our treatment experience is a better traditional in-person approach in multiple ways.

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Dedicated Physio

You get a personal Physio who customizes the exercise plan based on your comfort and needs

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App-guided Exercises

3D animations & voice narrations in our app ensure proper and right guidance

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Expert care anywhere, anytime

With over 200+ physios, MantraCare is 100% online – no waiting rooms

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Exercise Kit

Complete exercise kit with elastic bands, door anchor, and a phone stand – mailed to you

 

A Complete Guide On Shoulder Pain Physiotherapy

Understanding Shoulder Pain

The humerus (upper arm bone), the scapula (shoulder blade), and the collarbone (collarbone) are the three bones that make up your shoulder (clavicle).

The circular socket in your shoulder blade houses the head of your upper arm bone. The glenoid is the name for this socket. Your arm bone is kept centered in your shoulder socket by a combination of muscles and tendons. The rotator cuff is the name for these tissues. They link the head of your upper arm bone to your shoulder blade and cover it.

Symptoms of Shoulder pain

There can be many evident symptoms of shoulder pain, some of which are mentioned below:

  • deep severe pain in the shoulder joint, rear or front of the shoulder, and upper arm

  • When moving your shoulder, you’ll notice a reduction in mobility and pain.

  • Shoulder and upper arm weakness

  • Pins and needles (tingling) feelings and scorching pain

If you find any of the symptoms in your body, you should visit a doctor immediately.

Causes of Shoulder Pain

Some leading causes of shoulder pain are:

  • arthritis.
  • The cartilage has been ripped.
  • Rotator cuff tear
  • bursa sacs or tendons that are swollen
  • spurs on the bones (bony projections that develop along the edges of bones)
  • A pinched nerve in the shoulder or neck.
  • A broken shoulder or arm bone is a common occurrence.
  • Shoulder immobilized

Treatment Of Shoulder Pain

The type and severity of treatment will be determined by the reason and severity of the shoulder discomfort. Physical or occupational therapy, a sling or shoulder immobilizer, or surgery are some of the treatment possibilities.

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or corticosteroids may also be prescribed by your doctor. Corticosteroids are potent anti-inflammatory medications that can be ingested or injected into your shoulder by your doctor.

  • If you’ve undergone shoulder surgery, make sure you follow the after-care recommendations to the letter.
  • Minor shoulder pain can be addressed at home in some cases.
  • For several days, icing the shoulder for 15 to 20 minutes three or four times a day can help relieve pain.
  • Because putting ice directly on your skin can cause frostbite and burns, use an ice bag or wrap ice in a towel.
  • It may be beneficial to rest the shoulder for several days before resuming to normal activities and to avoid any movements that may cause pain. Work or activities that require a lot of overhead should be avoided.
  • Using over-the-counter nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines to assist reduce pain and inflammation, as well as compressing the area with an elastic bandage to reduce swelling, are two further home remedies.

Many of us will have shoulder pain at some point in our lives since it affects our ability to work and hinders us from enjoying our daily activities and sports. So, what are our options?

What most people don’t realize is that shoulder discomfort can start as a brief, intermittent ache, frequently described as a sharp catch, and progress to a more persistent, dull ache down the arm. Day-to-day wear and tear, misuse, or a single injury can all cause shoulder problems. These pains can be readily cured with physiotherapy, which will provide a precise diagnosis and the proper treatment. Why put up with nagging discomfort when physiotherapy can help you get back to living a healthy lifestyle?

Forms of Physiotherapy For Shoulder Pain

The most common sort of physiotherapy include:

  • Passive Physical Therapy: This sort of physiotherapy includes heat application, usage of ice packs, and electrical stimulation. for instance, a hot pad is often wont to warm up the muscles and make them more flexible for the exercises.
  • Active Physical Therapy: Active physiotherapy is more about exercising and stretching muscles in order that they open up, relieving the pain as a consequence. Once we avail of Physiotherapy services for shoulder pain, we can get rid of all the pain, and also we can prevent it from coming back after some interval of time.

Benefits of Physiotherapy For Shoulder Pain

Physical therapy may be a very effective non-surgical treatment option depending on the severity of your shoulder pain and your specific medical history. Studies have shown that physical therapy can enhance your quality of life and, in some situations, prevent surgical intervention for disorders like shoulder impingement, modest rotator cuff tears, and mild to moderate osteoarthritis.

Physical therapy may still be an essential part of your recovery process, both before and after surgery, if you and your doctor decide that surgery is the best option for you. Your doctor may opt to send you to physical therapy before surgery for a variety of reasons. Your pre-surgical physical therapy may include strengthening, education, and the establishment of a home exercise routine. “Pre-hab” is the term for this.

Many patients who participate in pre-hab sessions with a physical therapist have quicker surgery recovery periods and don’t require as much intense therapy afterward, according to research. Before surgery, the stronger and more informed you are, the stronger and more confident you will be thereafter.

Additionally, following any type of shoulder surgery, whether it’s an arthroscopic procedure, a rotator cuff repair, or a partial or total joint replacement, you may be referred to a physical therapist for a short period of time to help you regain strength and flexibility, progress your home exercise program, and return to your previous work, family, and recreational activities.

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Frequently Ask Questions

When the rotator cuff tendons become trapped under the bony region of the shoulder, it is the most prevalent cause of shoulder discomfort. Tendons become inflamed or injured as a result of this. Rotator cuff tendinitis or bursitis is the medical term for this ailment.

You must get medical help right now. If your shoulder discomfort is caused by an injury, you should visit a doctor right once. If you have a malformed joint, are unable to use it, are in excruciating pain, or are suffering rapid swelling, please seek medical treatment immediately once.

Don’t push yourself over your limitations, and if you encounter pain that is more than moderate discomfort, stop doing the exercises.

  • Stretch your arms over your chest.
  • Release of the neck.
  • Chest enlargement
  • Spinal rolls with the eagle arms.
  • Twist when seated.
  • Shoulder circles are a popular exercise.
  • Shoulder stretch in the doorway
  • Pose in the Downward Dog.

The following are the most frequent rotator cuff tear symptoms:

  • Pain during the day and night, especially while sleeping on the afflicted shoulder.
  • Lifting and lowering your arm, as well as certain activities, might cause pain.
  • When raising or twisting your arm, you feel weak.
  • When you move your shoulder in certain positions, you may experience crepitus or a crackling feeling.

The sort of treatment to be utilized is determined by a number of criteria, including the severity of the case, the duration of the full session to be attended, and the type of physiotherapy that the patient requires.

When compared to traditional in-person physiotherapy, online physiotherapy is a very effective and low-cost option. When compared to the costs charged at hospitals and clinics, internet physiotherapy is 20-40% less expensive.

You don’t have to worry about attending a clinic or hospital and aggravating your ailment now that internet physiotherapists are available. Simply Google “shoulder physiotherapy near me” and use Mantra Care to schedule an appointment with a physiotherapist. You’ll get access to the best-trained physiotherapists to help you reclaim your regular life as quickly as possible.

People hold the misconception that physiotherapists exclusively diagnose and treat through hand-on-hand treatment. Physiotherapists, on the other hand, do study your illness and lifestyle, as well as asking you questions to determine your therapy options.

Your PT will ask you a series of focused questions during a video consultation on MantraCare to evaluate if your symptoms indicate shoulder discomfort. Then your doctor will devise the simplest and most straightforward treatment strategy for you. If necessary, your physician may suggest an in-person evaluation by a specialist. The duration and severity of your symptoms, as well as your medical history, will determine your treatment approach.

Your doctor will re-evaluate the risks and advantages of the various treatment options after a diagnosis has been established. Treatment for shoulder discomfort varies depending on the severity of the condition.

Don’t be discouraged; physiotherapy can help in the majority of cases of shoulder discomfort. Shoulder discomfort that develops gradually over time is frequently caused by a mechanical problem with the shoulder (how it moves), resulting in impingement, rather than a structural problem.

Each treatment session lasts 30 minutes. Hands-on therapy in the form of soft tissue massage and joint mobilizations is extremely likely to be included in sessions.

Massage and stretching are excellent treatments for frozen shoulder discomfort. Massage relieves stress and stiffness in the muscles, allowing them to relax. This aids in the restoration of movement and the improvement of function. It may also aid in the improvement of blood flow to the afflicted region as well as the reduction of inflammation.