Shoulder injuries are very common among athletes that perform overhead repetitive motions with high velocity and extreme range of motion. They are commonly seen in sports such as baseball, swimming, or volleyball. But you do not need be an overhead athlete to experience these types of injuries. High volume of press exercises, like push-ups, burpees, or bench press can also cause impingement of the shoulder joint, potentially leading to rotator cuff tears.
Dr. Murrin has personally dealt with some of these shoulder injuries himself and knows the rehab and treatment process firsthand. Through a thorough orthopedic and biomechanical analysis, he is able to determine the root cause of the problem and provide you with a treatment plan to get your shoulder healed and good as new!
Common Shoulder Injuries We See:
Rotator Cuff Tears
Simple adjustments to the shoulder joint and neck provide proper alignment of the joints and improvement of muscle activation. Communication between yourself or your personal trainer and Dr. Murrin allows you to continue to reach your physical activity goals without further injuring yourself. He can help guide you through the rehab process, providing detailed instructions along the way to heal, repair, and get your shoulders back to optimal strength.