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Excruciating Shoulder Pain Helped at Intero Chiropractic | Pleasanton, CA

Excruciating Shoulder Pain Helped at Intero Chiropractic | Pleasanton, CA


(upbeat music) – What if I go lower? – Oh. – That’s worse, that’s worse. – Yeah. Oh, I feel release. – That’s it. That’s good. – Oh, thank you. (doctor laughs) I’m gonna sleep today. (doctor laughs) – The main thing was the
shoulder, if I’m right? – Yes. – So where, do you feel it
like the shoulder shoulder or the like the traps into the shoulder? Where do you feel it? – It’s like on my shoulder– – Oh, the shoulder blade.
– Shoulder blade, and kinda and goes like here– – Okay, if I’m like here.
– And around. – Okay so, okay so, does
it go down here at all? – Uh, no. It’s a little higher. Like right there and up. – It goes up. Kinda wraps like this. – Yeah, like that. And then.
– Sometimes, oh, it goes up here too? – Yeah. And sometimes it goes around this way? – Yeah. And you said it sometimes
goes up the neck. – Yeah, when it’s like really upset, it, like, starts shooting up to my neck. – And is it that typically
when you have neck pain? Or do you also have neck pain, like when this isn’t bad? – Um, I do when I even have pain. I still have pain like
on this part of my neck. – Okay. How often are you getting headaches? – Um, I’ve been getting it, probably, I would say twice a month. They’re like migraine, and
it’s only on the right side. – On the right side? – Yeah. – Now, the low back, can
you show me what else you’re feeling? – On the back, it’s like on this area. – On the right side? – Yeah. – Does walking make it
worse? Sitting? Standing? Uh, sitting to standing? – Sitting. – Sitting? – Sitting. Yeah. – And walking is fine? – Walking, I think it, I mean, it hurts, but
it makes it feel better. – It makes it feel better. – Yeah. It’s the- my
right wrist is starting like hurting, like in this area. – Just this area? – Yeah. – Not over here? – No. – Hurting, like typing? Like what’s makes it- – Like right now, it’s- I have pain. Like it’s just gonna be there. Like it’s a feeling, like something there. And just thinking, it’s gonna leave. – Okay. Okay. Right there. Soft, right there, and comes back. Right there. What if I go lower? – Oh. – That’s worse? – Yeah. Even I notice that when
I’m like, tying my shoes or I’m doing something,
like, on the floor, and I want to come back, I feel like it kinda gets stuck. – Gets stuck. – Like something sticky. – Okay. Now, if I push on this
one, is that tender? – A Little bit. – If I go… – It’s the same. – It’s the same? It gets painful over here? – Mhm. – Now, is that tender? – A little bit. – What if I go lower? – Yeah. – It’s worse? – Yeah. – If I push over right here, is that tender as well? – Uh, it’s, like, sore, yeah. Kind of. – Back here? – Yeah, on this side. (mumbling) (neck cracks) (groans) – You okay? – Yeah. – Okay. (laughs) – So, what I’m gonna do, you have this pushed forward,
going that way, okay? (cracks) Nice. There we go. (mumbles) (groans) There we go. You okay? – Mhm. Oh, I feel a release. – That’s it. That’s good. – Thank you. (laughs) I’m gonna sleep today. (laughs) – Hey, you and me both. (laughs) Walk around this a little bit more, okay? – That last one, with the shoulder blade? That’s the one that improved. – Yeah, that was- – It moved it, like, down more. – Yeah, that moved a lot, too. So, you don’t really need that one here. – I do feel like the release from, like, my neck and it’s in my shoulder blade. Also, I don’t feel like it kinda was, like, I feel like there was
always something stuck there, and when you went to
pop something it didn’t- – Yeah. – I think on this area, it was more of a I felt it when I was sitting down, when I was alert, there was
something also really tight. So, like, a little release. It’s like pain, and
now I feel all of this, like hot. – Yeah, so what happens is, we’re not only just adjusting, you know, the bones in the spine, but also, what happens in your body is what we call an autonomic nervous system. You have two parts, your sympathetic and your parasympathetic. So when we’re adjusting the spine, it’s not just moving a bone, we’re influencing your
nervous system, too. That’s telling me your body
is responding into that. It’s more of an issue down over in here than it is on your hips. The reason I say that is because when you walk or when you run, that’s your hip joint, basically, moving. So, if you did have a hip issue, which, we would probably have to
get to it a little bit, but if that was the major portion, then walking would
definitely make it worse, because it would aggravate the joint. That’s part of the reason that I adjusted more in the low back, towards that S1 area here. – Yeah. Also, if you look, this
angle right over here, it’s way more than it should be. So 50° is a lot, in terms of
that angle for the sacrum, so as we’re adjusting
this, it makes sense that, especially that was poking over there. – I feel like, the- – You about wanted to
jump off the table, right? So, that does make a lot of
sense in terms of the pain. Now, in terms of what’s over here, one, two, three, four, five. So, that T4, T5, that joint
is what I adjusted over here. That’s where you feel a lot of
that, like, pain on the side. We’re definitely gonna keep
working on this, as well, and that’s kinda where
you felt that, kind of, go into your hand a little bit. You have nerves that go into your hand. So that’s from there, and
then, basically, up in here, just based on what you
were telling me as well, people who usually get, you
know, headaches or migraines, that kind of stuff. Typically, we do find that
there is some sort of issue in the upper neck as well. That’s why I was poking around
in the bottom and the top. – Mhm. – Exactly. So, for next visit, we might, you know, it might be a different
adjustment, a different segment, just based on what we find with the scope, depending on the day. But it’s not gonna be the
same thing every single time, because your body adapts
after the adjustments and you kinda get used to some, and then something else goes out. That’s pretty much it. Stay as consistent as you
can, in terms of care. That would really help us get
good momentum moving forward. When you, at least for
the first month again, try not to do anything too strenuous, exercises that are too hard. Just kind of go easy for
the first month, ’cause, if you’re really good and
then you go to the gym, you do deadlifts and then you
come back worse than you came. It’s happened so many
times, so just be careful. That’s pretty much it,
any questions for me? – No. – All right. You’re all set to go. – Thank you, I appreciate it so much. (calm music)

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