A Progressive Spine & Joint Wellness Center

A Progressive Spine & Joint Wellness Center

Chiropractic Treatment of Shoulder Pain & Dysfunction


Shoulder pain and dysfunction is a common chief complaint prompting a patient to seek out chiropractic care.  According to the Job Analysis of Chiropractors 2000, upper extremity pain and injury account for 8.6% of the chief complaints among chiropractic patients.  Moreover, after low back pain, shoulder pain is the second most common cause of occupational injury claims.  These statistics are not at all surprising when one takes an in depth look at the shoulder joint.  The shoulder is inherently one of the most unstable joints on the body.  

The shoulder is prone to a vast number of different pathologies: 

-adhesive capsulitis

-arthritides (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, polymyalgia rheumatica etc.) 

-inflammatory conditions

-impingement sydromes

Chiropractor shoulderpain
Shoulder impingement syndrome.  A common source of shoulder pain.

How can a chiropractor help shoulder pain?

At Victory Rehab chiropractic center we specialize in the treatment of non surgical shoulder conditions like the ones listed above.  We do so by a proper evaluation and functional exam looking at movement patterns within the shoulder to find the cause of pain and discomfort.  By offering specific soft tissue techniques and manual therapies we have achieved much success when dealing with shoulder conditions.  Both Dr. Tom and Dr. Chris have years of experience working with overhead athletes (baseball, softball, volleyball, tennis, swimmers, etc…) as well as those whose activities of daily living involve overhead movement (office workers, manual labor, teachers, nurses, etc…) If you are experiencing shoulder discomfort Click Here to make an appointment for a comprehensive examination at our Naperville chiropractic clinic.

Dr. Chris works with patient experiencing shoulder impingement.
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Dr. Tom Campbell has become a trusted source for chiropractic care and working with athletes in Naperville IL. He attended Millikin University in Decatur, IL where he studied for his undergraduate degree in human biology. Dr. Tom went on to earn his Doctorate at Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, MO. While attending Millikin University Dr. Tom was a member of the men’s basketball team. His experience as a collegiate athlete aided his understanding of how the body responds to injury and how to recover as efficiently and quickly as possible. Since that time Dr. Tom has been working with athletes in the western suburbs of Chicago, from professional athletes to weekend warriors. He is certified in acupuncture as well as Cox, Diversified, Gonstead, and functional rehabilitative techniques. Dr. Tom specializes in biomechanics and sport-specific rehab as well as specific soft tissue techniques. Dr. Tom has been practicing in Naperville for over 10 years. Dr. Tom’s interests include nutrition, basketball, functional strength training, golf, tennis, cross-fit, reading, and helping people reach their full health potential.


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