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Can the Cervical Spine Cause Shoulder Pain?

Can the Cervical Spine Cause Shoulder Pain?

Subacromial impingement (SAI) is a common injury in sporting activities that require overhead motions, especially among pitchers, quarterbacks, and swimmers. Not everyone responds to treatment to the same degree, and a new study that reviewed two specific cases may...

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What Causes Shoulder Pain?

What Causes Shoulder Pain?

According to Healthcare Business Today, each year, Americans make 7.5 million doctor visits related to shoulder/upper arm pain. After neck and back pain, shoulder pain is one of the top reasons patients seek chiropractic care. So, why are shoulder injuries so...

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What Is Frozen Shoulder?

What Is Frozen Shoulder?

Adhesive capsulitis (also known as “frozen shoulder”) is the end result of inflammation, scarring, thickening, and shrinkage of the capsule that surrounds the humeral head or “ball” part of the ball and socket joint. Adhesive capsulitis dramatically reduces the range...

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Dr. James J. Dalfino

Dr. James J. Dalfino

President | Clinic Director

Dr. James J. Dalfino is the President and Clinic Director of Connecticut Disc and Laser Therapy Centers.  He has been in private practice 21 years and specializes in non-surgical treatments for today’s most chronic conditions.

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Can the Cervical Spine Cause Shoulder Pain?

Subacromial impingement (SAI) is a common injury in sporting activities that require overhead motions, especially among pitchers, quarterbacks, and swimmers. Not everyone responds to treatment to the same degree, and a new study that reviewed two specific cases may...

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According to Healthcare Business Today, each year, Americans make 7.5 million doctor visits related to shoulder/upper arm pain. After neck and back pain, shoulder pain is one of the top reasons patients seek chiropractic care. So, why are shoulder injuries so...

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