top of page

Rotator Cuff Treatment & Relief


Chiropractic care can play a supportive role in the management of rotator cuff injuries, focusing on improving shoulder joint function and reducing pain. Chiropractors often assess the entire shoulder complex, spine, and posture to identify any underlying issues contributing to rotator cuff problems. Through targeted adjustments, soft tissue therapies, and rehabilitative exercises, chiropractic care aims to alleviate pain, enhance range of motion, and support the healing process in individuals with rotator cuff injuries, serving as a non-invasive approach to shoulder health.

Pain Management

It helps alleviate pain associated with rotator cuff injuries by reducing muscle tension.

Alpha Back Chirpractor Adjusment
Check in screen

Enhanced Range
of Motion

It works to improve shoulder joint mobility, allowing patients to regain better range of motion in the affected shoulder.

Non-Invasive Approach

It offers a non-surgical and drug-free option for managing rotator cuff problems.

Chiropractor Adjustment


Experience relief from rotator cuff pain and regain optimal function with chiropractic care, offering targeted solutions to alleviate discomfort and enhance your overall quality of life.


Rotator Cuff Relief in Denver, Colorado

Find shoulder pain relief with our gentle chiropractic care – schedule an appointment now to say goodbye to discomfort.


Get started on your path to optimal health today.

Get Rotator Cuff Treatment

The rotator cuff is a group of four tendons and muscles in the shoulder that work together to provide stability and enable various shoulder movements, including lifting and rotating the arm.

Common Causes of Rotator Cuff

Overuse or Repetitive Motion: Activities involving repetitive arm motions, such as throwing, lifting, or swinging, can lead to rotator cuff injuries over time.


Trauma or Injury: Sudden impact, falls, or accidents can result in rotator cuff tears or strains.


Age: The risk of rotator cuff problems increases with age due to the natural wear and tear of the tendons and muscles.


Poor Posture: Poor posture, especially when sitting at a desk or using a computer, can lead to muscle imbalances and contribute to rotator cuff issues.


Degenerative Changes: Conditions like osteoarthritis or bone spurs can affect the rotator cuff, leading to pain and limited mobility.

Meet Dr. Kincaid

Book Your Appointment

Get started on your path to optimal health today.

bottom of page