Upper Limb Injury Treatment

Upper Limb Injuries treatment

The upper limb is a vital component of the appendicular skeleton, connecting to the foundational axial skeleton. Unlike the hip, the shoulder functions as a ball-and-socket joint, providing exceptional mobility but at the expense of stability. This extensive range of motion makes the shoulder susceptible to stress when other parts of the body fail to perform their functions adequately. Conditions like rotator cuff tendonitis, tennis or golfers elbow, and wrist pain may arise when excessive strain is placed on them due to imbalances in other areas of the body. Chiropractic care can play a crucial role in restoring balance and function to alleviate these issues and promote overall upper limb health.