Shoulder Pain and Injuries
Other non-surgical options to help manage shoulder problems include cold therapy ranging from simple ice packs to motorized cold therapy (an insulated cooler with a pump and pads that deliver cold to specific joints), your doctor may suggest using cold therapy to reduce pain and swelling of an injured joint. All cold therapy, including ice, can be cold enough to damage your skin, so regardless of what kind of cold therapy you use, follow your doctor’s instructions.
Enhancing Recovery with Exercise
Breg offers home therapy kits with instructions designed to help you perform the exercises you need to recover from your injury or surgery. Find out about Breg Home Therapy Kits.