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Shoulder pain can occur acutely (caused by an injury), or pain that occurs as a result of chronic conditions. In the younger population, it is most often the result of an injury, while in the elderly, it is a more common cause of chronic changes.

Pain in the shoulder can be reflected from the zone of the cervical or thoracic part of the spine, the zone under the shoulder blade, where the physiotherapist or physiatrist can feel the changes through palpation, the patient feels pain that is reflected in the shoulder, also the intercostal zone can reflect pain in the shoulder , that is why it is necessary to perform an examination and establish the exact place of origin of the pain, because only then can adequate therapy be implemented. Pain in the shoulder itself sometimes cannot be treated with therapies, because it can be caused by a cardiac condition, therefore it is necessary to take into account all aspects, as well as the complete clinical picture of the patient, if necessary, the patient is referred to imaging of the shoulder or other parts of the potential site of pain, I can work, x-ray, mr, ct, ultrasound of soft tissues, emng…

Therapy for shoulder pain:

Chiropractic (if indicated)
Manual non-invasive method
Laser therapy
Ultrasound therapy
Tecar therapy
Mesotherapy of pain

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A Discus hernia occurs when one of the intervertebral discs prolapses (bulges, leaks). It can occur in any part of the spine, and most often in the lower back area. Depending on where the prolapsed disc has occurred, numbness or weakness may occur in the neck, arm, or leg.

The most common causes of Discus hernia are continuous physical activity (carrying heavy objects, heavy physical work, standing for long periods of time…) or sitting in the same position every day (most often when working at a computer).


Discus hernia occurs most often in the lumbar spine. If the nerve is pressed, in addition to the back, the pain can be felt in the buttocks, thighs, calves, and sometimes in the feet.

With a herniated disc in the neck area, the pain is most often present in the neck, shoulder and arm, and is often described as sharp or burning.

People with a Discus hernia often describe the symptoms as sharp pain (like a knife stab), radiating numbness or tingling in the part of the body served by the affected nerves. Weakness can be felt in the muscles of the affected nerve, inability to lift or hold objects, possible tripping while walking.


A Discus hernia can be treated non-operatively, and the best results are achieved by combining chiropractic, physical and kinesi therapy.


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