AROmotion’s 3 Tiered Approach To Treating Shoulder Pain

Written by empirical360

On April 6, 2020
shoulder pain

 

If you are experiencing shoulder pain, and you’ve been diagnosed with a rotator cuff tear, osetoarthritis, or been told that you are “bone on bone”, you may have also been told that total or partial shoulder replacement surgery is your only option. We recommend getting a second opinion from Dr. Michael Haghighi at AROmotion!

Dr. Michael Haghighi is one of AROmotion’s sports medicine physicians. Here at AROmotion,
We take a three-tiered approach to treating hip pain. First, we use a radiofrequency neurotomy technique to stop the hip pain signals (this technique is FDA approved). Second, we inject an orthobioloic to promote healing in your shoulder joint. Third, we create a comprehensive physical therapy regimen to get you back to proper motion and function, faster.

Dr. Haghighi and the other board certified physicians at AROmotion offer you a free consultation and imaging review. Contact us at www.aromotion.com to determine if you are a candidate!

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