Shoulder Pain Treatment in South Hampden, Denver, CO

Denver Movement Center specializes in shoulder pain treatment in the South Hampden Denver, CO area. We provide clinical shoulder pain massage therapy, shoulder pain corrective exercise strategies,  and frozen shoulder therapy.  With over 5+  years' experience, we can help ease your pain with the right treatment.

If you need shoulder pain treatment in the South Hampden area in Denver, CO, please schedule an appointment today.

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Glad to find a massage therapist who is not only passionate about what he does, but is great at it! Highly recommend!!
— Stephanie K.
Levi is terrific. He is very thoughtful and so clearly passionate about improving movement through massage therapy. Definitely a professional worth checking out!
— Madelyne S.
The assessment was a novel approach to better understanding my body and discovering problem areas I need to focus on during my training.
— Rebecca B.

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What is Shoulder Pain?

Shoulder pain is a incredibly common.  It can result from a certain injury or can develop over time from constant misuse.  It makes it difficult to perform daily activities, and can definitely prevent a good night’s sleep.  Shoulder pain can be alleviated with stretches, exercises and some .  It is important to make an accurate diagnosis of the cause of the symptoms so that it can be treated effectively.  Some common causes of shoulder pain include rotator cuff,  frozen shoulder, arthritis, and more. 

Benefits of Shoulder Pain Treatment

This focused approach to shoulder pain has helped improve the lives of many people suffering from musculoskeletal pain and imbalance.

Benefits include:

  • strengthened weak, inhibited muscles

  • lengthened strong, facilitated muscles

  • increased range of motion

  • improved movement mechanics

  • pain-free movement

  • injury prevention

  • increased performance in sports

  • reduced fatigue

  • increase joint flexibility

What To Expect: 

Similar to a relaxation session, an initial health history is taken for medical safety. Further assessments - including a gait and postural analysis - are utilized in order to better understand the movements and (mis)alignments that could be contributing to your chief complaint. 

During your treatment, manual therapy is applied to lengthen, shorten, activate, and disengage specific tissue through a variety of modalities - post-isometric relaxation (PIR), muscle energy techniques (METs), reciprocal inhibition, tapotement, ischemic pressure, deep tissue therapy, trigger point therapy and Active Release Techniques®

The gentle, but effective, therapy known as "myofascial release" is, by far and large, the most valued approach to treatment during these orthopedic sessions. 


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