Shoulder pain can come from the shoulder joint or any of its surrounding muscles, ligaments or tendons. Shoulder joint pain usually worsens during movement of your arm or shoulder, which also happens to be the most mobile joint in the human body. Shoulder pain can also be referred pain from various diseases and conditions affecting other structures in your chest or abdomen. Heart disease or gallbladder disease can also cause shoulder pain.
Our shoulder pain patients come to us from Elk Grove, Schaumburg, Arlington Heights, Elgin, Palatine, Hoffman Estates, Wheaton and close-by locations. For more information about our advanced pain management procedures, please call Pain Therapy Associates at 847-352-5511 or use our convenient appointment request form today!
Dr.Dabah and his staff are always searching for ways to heal my neck pain. I am happy with the progress we are making as a team. The receptionists are always so cordial.
Doctor Dachman is knowledgeable and always knows how to help me manage my pain. The staff is very pleasant and professional. I highly recommend this office for care!!