frozen shoulder tendonitis.

Pain management for Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder affects your ability to move your shoulder easily and without pain.  Also known as ‘adhesive capsulitis’, with adhesive describing the condition of your shoulder being ‘sticky’, and capsulitis describing an inflammation of the joint capsule.  This condition usually only happens to one of the shoulders, but can spread to both shoulders.  There are no precise causes of frozen shoulder, but it is most likely to occur after a long period of immobilization.  Symptoms of frozen shoulder include pain and a limited range of motion in shoulder movement, followed by a stiffness and further difficulty with normal shoulder movement.

Pain management for Shoulder Tendonitis

Shoulder Tendonitis (or tendinitis) is an inflammation to the rotator cuff tendons and any of the tendons surrounding the shoulder joint.  It can also affect the bicep and tricep tendons.  This condition is usually caused by an overuse or repetitive motion of the arm or shoulder, such as with athletes involved in sports with a high amount of throwing.  It is also common in physical labor trades like carpentry, where repeated motions over a long period of time put more pressure on the tendons than they are used to.  Symptoms of shoulder tendonitis include a gradual pain when moving the shoulder.  This pain will generally be worse after a period of rest when the tendons are cold, and become less painful as the tendons warm up.

Do you have pain from Frozen Shoulder or Shoulder Tendonitis?

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Our physical therapists will customize a shoulder pain treatment plan just for you.  We will work in an effective way to get you back on your feet, focused on your wellness before, during and after therapy.

Insurances We Accept

Below is a condensed list of insurances we participate with throughout our network of physical therapy clinics.  Find your particular provider below based on your area.
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New York, New Jersey, Connecticut

  • Aetna (NY, NJ, CT)
  • AmeriHealth (NJ)
  • Anthem (CT)
  • Clover Health - Medicare Advantage Plan (NJ)
  • ConnectiCare (CT)
  • Department of Labor (NY, NJ, CT)
  • Empire BCBS (Individual Providers In Network – NY)
  • Empire Plan MPN (UHC – NY, NJ)
  • First MCO (NJ)
  • GHI (Emblem Health – NY, NJ, CT)
  • HIP (Emblem Health – NY)
  • Horizon BCBS (NJ)
  • Magna Comp Casualty (Workers' Compensation/NO Fault - NY, NJ)
  • Medicare (NY, NJ, CT)
  • MedRisk (Workers’ Compensation – NY, NJ, CT)
  • MultiPlan (NY, NJ, CT)
  • New Jersey Manufacturers (NJM – NJ)
  • No Fault (Various Carriers)
  • Northwell Health Clinial Integration Network IPA (NY)
  • OccuNet (NJ)
  • One Call (NY, NJ)
  • Oscar Health Plan (NY)
  • Oxford (NY, NJ, CT)
  • TRICARE (NY, NJ, CT)
  • UHC Community Plan (NY)
  • United Health Care (NY, NJ, CT)
  • Veterans Choice (NY, NJ, CT)
  • Veterans Administration (NY, NJ, CT)
  • WellCare (NJ)
  • Workers’ Compensation (Various Carriers)

Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire

  • Aetna (NH, MA)
  • Aetna (Orthonet – CT)
  • AllWays (formerly Neighborhood Health Plan – MA)
  • Ambetter (NH)
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield (NH)
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield (CT)
  • ASH (Cigna – NH, MA, CT)
  • BCBS Massachusetts (MA)
  • BMC (Boston Medical Center – MA)
  • CeltiCare (MA)
  • Commonwealth Care Alliance (MA)
  • ConnectiCare (CT)
  • Fallon Health (MA)
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care (NH, MA, CT)
  • Health New England (MA)
  • Martin’s Point Health Care (NH)
  • Massachusetts Health (Medicaid – MA)
  • Medicaid (NH, MA, CT)
  • Medicare (NH, MA, CT)
  • No Fault (Various Carriers)
  • Prime Health Services (CT)
  • TRICARE (NH, MA, CT)
  • Tufts Health Plan (NH, MA, CT)
  • Tufts Public (Medicaid – MA)
  • UniCare (NH, MA)
  • United Health Care (Optum – NH, MA, CT)
  • WellSense (NH)
  • Workers’ Compensation (Various Carriers)

Convenient physical therapy clinics near you

We provide treatments for Shoulder Tendonitis and Frozen Shoulder from our physical therapy clinics throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.  Fill out the form above, or contact a clinic near you to speak with a Professional Physical Therapist and shoulder pain specialist today.

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We will work in an effective way to provide shoulder pain relief during and after therapy