View Message
Book an Appointment

Shoulder, Elbow, Hand & Wrist

Let us give you a hand. An injury or overuse of the arm can cause shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand pain. We can help.

We use our arms for just about everything, so it makes sense that an injury or overuse can affect the arm causing discomfort, irritation or injury of the shoulder, elbow, hand and wrist. Everyone from athletes to stay at home moms are at risk for an injury or pain of the arm. Other things that may cause shoulder, elbow, hand or wrist pain include falls, car accidents, dislocations and Arthritis. Other common conditions include Shoulder Impingement, Frozen Shoulder and Golfer's Elbow.

At The Spine & Rehab Group, our team of specialists is highly trained in the diagnosis of pain that affects any area of your arm. Non-surgical treatment methods are used at our Manhattan and New Jersey locations to get to the bottom of your discomfort and help you get back to your every day life as soon as possible.

Let Us Help: Request personalized information about your shoulder, elbow, hand or wrist pain now

Shoulder pain image


Your shoulder is a highly mobile ball-and-socket joint composed of injury-prone tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and bones. Symptoms of shoulder pain can affect people from all walks of life, disturbing their physical activity and significantly decreasing their quality of life.


A Rotator Cuff Injury is a common shoulder injury that most commonly causes shoulder pain and shoulder aches. The part of the shoulder affected in a rotator cuff injury is the group of tendons and muscles around the shoulder joint that provide stability and movement.

Read More: Rotator Cuff Injury


Tennis Elbow, also called Lateral Epicondylitis, is a condition that most commonly causes elbow pain and arm pain. Tennis elbow occurs when there is an injury or irritation to the tendons (tendonitis) that join the elbow to the muscles in the forearm.

Read More: Tennis Elbow


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a condition that causes hand pain, wrist pain and forearm pain. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome occurs when the connecting nerves from the hands to the forearms become compressed. This nerve is called the median nerve. Carpal Tunnel is a part of the hand where the ligaments and bones meet in the wrist.

Read More: Carpal Tunnel
frozen shoulder


Frozen shoulder is typically caused by a gradual loss of shoulder movement and is characterized by stiffness and pain in the shoulder joint. The most common causes of this condition are hormonal imbalance, diabetes, and a weakened immune system.

Read More: Frozen Shoulder/Adhesive Capsulitis
Shoulder Bursitis


Bursitis occurs when a bursa sac in the shoulder becomes inflamed or irritated, leading to swelling and pain in the affected joint. Overuse and repetitive shoulder movements are among the most common culprits behind this condition.

Read More: Shoulder Bursitis
Shoulder Injuries


The shoulder is a complex joint anchored by a number of muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Athletic activities that involve excessive and repetitive overhead motions often result in common shoulder injuries like sprains, strains, and tears.

Read More: Shoulder Injuries
Shoulder Tendinitis


Shoulder Tendinitis is a condition characterized by pain and tenderness in the rotator cuff or bicep tendons. Tendinitis occurs when tendons become irritated, inflamed, or pinched between structures involved in shoulder motion as a result of a shoulder injury or overuse.

Read More: Shoulder Tendinitis
Page Updated on Oct 20, 2020 by Dr. Hosny (Interventional Spine Specialist) of The Spine & Rehab Group
Financial District, NY
65 Broadway
Suite 1605
New York, NY 10006
Greenwich Village, NY
41 Fifth Avenue 
Suite 1C 
New York, NY 10003
Midtown, NY
56 West 45th Street
11th Floor
New York, NY 10036
East Brunswick, NJ
620 Cranbury Road
East Brunswick, 
NJ 08816
Paramus, NJ
140 Route 17 North
Suite 101
Paramus, NJ 07652
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
140 Sylvan Ave
Suite 101B
Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632
Riverdale, NJ
44 Route 23 North
Suite 15B
Riverdale, NJ 07457
Cranford, NJ
216 North Ave E
Cranford, NJ, 07016
Top crossmenu