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Chiropractic Treatment to Fix Shoulder Pain Naturally

Tempe chiropractor Dr. Bruce Lubitz has helped thousands of patients who
suffer from shoulder pain using natural treatments that do not require
drugs or surgery even in cases that have been chronic for many years. As a
health club physician, he has treated many athletes and weightlifters after
they have hurt themselves in the gym. Dr. Lubitz uses techniques that allow
your body to heal naturally by giving it the resources that your body
needs. When examining a shoulder you have to take into consideration the
parts of the shoulder, the bones, connecting muscles, ligaments, and
tendons. You have to rule out any breaks, tears and how it fits into the
shoulder girdle. After examining all of those you need to test all the
muscles that are involved with the shoulder for weakness and range of
motion. It is also important that the elbow is checked as well. In our
holistic chiropractic clinic, we also check the cervical and thoracic spine
to make sure that there is no nerve interference. Only after checking all
of these parts can we decide what the body needs to eliminate your shoulder
pain.

Tempe Shoulder Pain Treatment Methods

Now we are then ready to apply the proper treatment for your shoulder pain.
Sometimes you may only need to do a simple manipulation of the shoulder to
reset it back into the shoulder girdle. It is amazing how many shoulder
problems are that simple to fix and all the medication, physical therapy
will not reset the shoulder by itself that I've witnessed in my time in
Tempe. Also if any of the muscles are weak we need to balance them out,
using muscle testing, we can find the source of the weakness by supplying
either vascular, lymphatic, or muscle, physical therapy, strengthening
exercises through applied kinesiology techniques. If the problem is in
another area such as the misaligned vertebra in the neck or middle back we
can adjust those bones taking the pressure off the nerves.

Shoulder Pain Testing to Ensure Proper Care

We always test the shoulder in all its range of motion to see which motion
is restricted and painful. Once we identify that, we can see if we need to
reset the proprioceptors fiber attachments by using natural balancing
acupuncture techniques. Combining all of these solutions together is what
gives your body the best chance of healing on its own. Treatment of the
shoulder can be a simple fix or it may need a combination of all of these
factors to give your body the best healing approach without using drugs, or
surgery.

Your local Tempe Chiropractor, Dr. Bruce Lubitz, has successfully treated
Chiropractic issues such as Shoulder Pain for over 30 years. If you live in
Tempe and find that you are experiencing shoulder pain, give him a call.
Chiropractic care has been a natural and effective treatment for shoulder
pain and any associated injuries. If you have not been to a Chiropractor
before, we provide free consultations to have a conversation about your
specific needs and to learn if Chiropractic is right for you.

Office Hours

Monday:

11:00 am-1:00 pm

4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

11:00 am-1:00 pm

4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

By Appointment Only

Thursday:

11:00 am-1:00 pm

4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

By Appointment Only

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet the Chiropractor

  • Bruce Lubitz

    Dr. Bruce Lubitz D.C., director, has been in practice of Chiropractic for 41 years and has treated over 40,000 patients.

Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "A year ago i was having acute pain in my right lung, I assumed it was lung cancer decided to come see Dr. Lubitz. He told me that i was in luck and that it was just a out of place rib causing the pain. After 3 sessions it was completely gone and zero pain has returned. I was a skeptic at first for "Holistic" medicine, but Dr. Lubitz has made me a believer."
    CF

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