Stewart Chiropractic Center

Shoulder Pain
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Irritated nerves from the cervical spine are often the cause of problems in the shoulder. The nerves from the cervical spine connect to the muscles and tissues of the shoulder, so if these nerves are irritated, tightening or weakening of the shoulder muscles occur. Shoulder problems usually start as dysfunction in the lower neck. This leads to painful movement of the neck, shoulder blade pain, and painful shoulder joint movement.