Whether they cause you minor or major discomfort, shoulder injuries are no walk in the park. Many suffer from persistent pain in the shoulder, stopping them from enjoying everyday and recreational activities. No matter your level of activity, shoulder pain and injuries can negatively affect your ability to be productive and feel accomplished in everyday tasks. At Delta Physical Therapy we love working with shoulder issues. Let us help keep you participating in the activities you love while making your shoulder stronger and less prone to injury. We serve residents of Baton Rouge, LA and the surrounding areas by correcting and finding the root cause(s) of your problem and specifically crafting a plan to help you!
If you’ve experienced a shoulder injury, you should always consider physical therapy as an option and with access to physical therapist through Direct Access you can consider us as the first option! At Delta Physical Therapy we can often determine the root cause of your shoulder and movement dysfunction without the use of imaging or other expensive diagnostic procedures saving you time and money. If needed we can and will recommend you to seek out additional information from a medical doctor or surgeon.
Chronic or persistent shoulder pain is among the most common issues we treat at Delta Physical Therapy. Patients dealing with persistent pain are often having these symptoms for six months or more which can have a profound impact on their daily home and work life. Our team will work with you to determine the cause of your pain, making necessary mobility and strength changes to get you on your way to moving and feeling your best.
Frozen shoulder (also called Adhesive Capsulitis) is another common condition of the shoulder characterized by gradually worsening stiffness and pain that can take up to three years to peak. Though this diagnosis is typically self-limiting, persistent, physical therapy can help shorten the duration of symptoms ,control pain levels and restore motion and strength in a safe, effective manner.
Rotator cuff tears might only cause a dull ache in your shoulder at first but they can worsen over time Talk to the team at Delta Physical Therapy. We will help determine the cause of your shoulder injury, whether it’s the result of overuse or a sports accident. Research has shown, physical therapy is very beneficial in treatment of rotator cuff injuries and can often times prevent or delay surgery.
Depending on the type and extent of your shoulder injury, our staff might recommend any of a variety of exercises or treatment techniques to reduce your symptoms. We have an extensive list of videos and are always coming up with new content available on our social media and YouTube platforms. No matter the severity of your injury, we’re ready to work with you every step of the way.