The shoulder is a highly mobile and complex joint, which means that a lot can wrong. More often than not, problems in the shoulder stem from posture.
Typically it is down to being behind a desk or in front of a computer for too many hours a day. This puts a lot of strain on the small rotator cuff muscles that attach to the shoulder blade.Quite often, shoulder pain affects people later in life, usually in their early fifties. When this presents, your chiropractor needs to ascertain whether you not there is adhesive capsulitis or ‘frozen shoulder’. If this is the case then the best approach is the Neil-Asher technique. This is a mostly soft tissue technique that has been proven to be the most effective technique to resolve the problem over time.