Shoulder pain is a very common condition that can be minor or major. When shoulders become stuck or frozen, the condition can be chronic and acute. Also pressure on nerves can radiate into the neck, or down the arms and into hand and fingers.
Generally when shoulder problems occur, the humerus or upper arm bone has moved out of position. This involves the ribs, the shoulder blade, and to some extent the spine.
Often this does not involve a quick fix, but a methodical and patient approach.
Fortunately with Rolfing, we are well trained in analysing the structure of each person’s anatomy. As with all complications involving out of aligned joints, the best approach involves looking at the whole body. It is unlikely that a difficult shoulder concern would be limited to just the shoulder.