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Shoulder pain can be incredibly frustrating, especially if it keeps you from doing the things you enjoy. Thankfully, there are various treatments to ease shoulder pain and get back to living your life. Shoulder pain can be caused by many different things, but it is often the result of an injury, poor posture or a stressful lifestyle. It is important to seek treatment for shoulder pain as soon as you start to notice it, as it can quickly worsen and become much harder to treat. Shoulder pain varies from person to person, and it can be difficult to pinpoint the exact cause. It can be caused by an injury like an auto accident, frequent use of the shoulder, or an underlying medical condition.

At Portland Wellness Care, we offer a variety of physical rehab services for shoulder injuries, including chiropractic care, acupuncturephysiotherapy, and medical massage therapy. If you have been in a car accident and are experiencing shoulder pain or injury symptoms, we can assist you. Make an appointment with us today to find out more about the treatments we provide!

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Shoulder Pain Treatment for *ZERO Dollars Out of Pocket!

Come in for a free consultation to discuss your options for a customized shoulder pain treatment plan that works for you. Walk-in or schedule an appointment today!

*For insured Oregon drivers who suffered injuries from an auto accident.

Shoulder Treatment in Portland

Specialized Care for Car Accident Injuries

Suffering a shoulder injury is painful and can last for ages if not treated properly.  At Portland Wellness Care, we create a treatment plan based on your medical diagnoses and symptoms to address your needs. We are a full auto accident injury care team, specializing in developing treatment programs specifically for shoulder pain and or any other injuries that you may have suffered from a car crash. 

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Car Accident Injury Specialists

We Treat All Types of Auto Accident Injuries

We are proud to use our decades of experience in treating Portland auto accident victims and their injuries. Chiropractic adjustments, acupuncture, therapeutic massage, and other therapies are among the services we use to treat injuries after diagnosis. Contact us for more information about our auto accident treatment services!

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The therapy I've received for my shoulder injury made a tremendous difference in my pain management.

We Accept Medical & Auto Insurance

Our auto accident injury specialists provide chiropractic, acupuncture, and therapeutic massage services to help you heal from a shoulder injury. Our team has experience in dealing with a variety of shoulder conditions, including frozen shoulder, rotator cuff issues, shoulder instability, and more. We can also help with neck pain that may be connected to a shoulder injury. We accept various auto and medical insurances to help facilitate the costs of treatment.

Portland Wellness Care can assist you in overcoming a shoulder injury and reducing any discomfort you may have. We’ve treated countless Portland natives, getting them back to their life after healing from their shoulder pain and other car accident injuries. Working with your insurance company, we can help you get the treatment you need without fear of costs or repercussions!

Regardless of fault, you can be covered for all of your treatment and rehabilitation expenses if you were injured in a car accident or hit by a vehicle with your entitlement to max PIP (Personal Injury Protection) insurance*. Oregon is one of the states where you can get benefits from your auto insurance policy that cover the expenses of injury treatment and rehabilitation. Please contact our office for more information about PIP insurance coverage.

*Every driver in Oregon is required to carry Personal Injury Protection insurance, frequently called PIP, of at least $15,000 in medical coverage. This coverage is Oregon’s version of no-fault insurance.


Portland Wellness Care offers free consultations for patients who have questions, such as: What is the best treatment plan for me? What services will help me most? What the out-of-pocket costs might I incurred? How long will my treatment plan last?
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Shoulder Pain Treatment from Experts

Any time is a bad time to have a shoulder injury, and it is particularly tough to manage. Chiropractic adjustments, and physiotherapy treatment are two of the most effective methods for treating pain as they target its source directly, resulting in a swifter recovery without the need for risky medicine or expensive surgery. If you have been hurt in a car crash, we want to assist you in recovering so you do not suffer long-term consequences.

Why Seek Should Pain Treatment

It is important to seek medical care as automobile accidents may result in serious injuries, sometimes without you even knowing it at the moment. It’s crucial to seek medical care if you are hurt, because untreated injuries may develop into chronic pain if not treated. Shoulder problems, for example, may not be obvious right after the incident. If you sustained a car accident in Oregon and have auto insurance, you may be eligible for personal injury protection (PIP) insurance, which would cover any and all costs associated with your treatment. It’s best to seek medical care before assuming that the pain will go away on its own.

What to Expect from Treatment at Portland Wellness Care

Before we begin a recovery program, we evaluate your condition and perform any necessary diagnostic testing like the range of motion and pain tolerance, in order to determine the most suitable treatment. Chiropractic adjustments, acupuncture, and medical massage therapy are among the noninvasive therapies we offer patients who require rehabilitation after an injury. Portland Wellness Care is here to help those in need of post-injury rehabilitation!

Shoulder Pain: Causes & Effects

Rotator cuff tendons becoming trapped beneath the shoulder bone is the most frequent cause of shoulder pain. Inflamed or damaged tendons result in rotator cuff tendinitis or bursitis. Causes of shoulder pain include the following:

  • Nerve injury that leads to abnormal shoulder movement
  • Tears of the rotator cuff tendons
  • Poor shoulder posture and mechanics
  • Broken shoulder bone
  • Dislocation of the shoulder
  • Shoulder separation


A shoulder injury can cause a variety of painful symptoms. These are the most frequent consequences of a shoulder injury:

  • Muscle stiffness and weakness
  • Limited range of motion
  • Neck pain, arm pain, or back pain
  • A clicking, popping, or grinding sensation when you move your arm


The good news is that shoulder pain can be treated with noninvasive remedies like chiropractic adjustments and acupuncture. The shoulder joint and the surrounding soft tissues are sensitive, and that is where we focus during our healing approach. It may seem like a long and difficult process to recover from a shoulder injury, but we are able to relieve your pain and improve your mobility without the use of prescription drugs or invasive procedures.

We’d be happy to discuss treatment options if you’ve been injured. Contact us today for a free consultation if you have any pain associated with your shoulder, so we can help you get back on track as soon as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

Shoulder pain is very common. It can stem from repetitive overuse, such as sports-specific activity or work. It is also common from trauma or injury, such as a sports injury, fall, or lifting overhead.

This depends on the severity of the injury. Shoulder sprains and strains from repetitive load and tendonitis and bursitis can last anywhere from 2 weeks to 2-3 months. Shoulder pain from trauma or significant injury where a tendon or joint tissue is moderately damaged can take several months to recover, and in some cases may require surgical intervention.

Home care consists of rest, heat or ice, stretching, and pain medication. Chiropractic care, massage, and acupuncture, along with physiotherapy to reduce shoulder pain and stiffness, increase ROM and increase joint function and strength are the best treatment options available.

This is entirely dependent on severity of injury. Minor shoulder injuries can heal with time, though more significant injury often requires therapies for a full recovery.

Yes, chiropractors who are specially trained in rehabilitation and physiotherapy are first  line physicians to diagnose and treat shoulder pain.

Both can be extremely beneficial, depending on patient pain tolerance and injury severity.

Physiotherapy is excellent for managing and rehabilitating shoulder injuries.

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