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Arm & Elbow

With arm and elbow injuries, we often see situations that occur gradually over time and some that happen out of the blue. If you have arthritis, tennis elbow or structural damage that is limiting your daily life, Resolute can help restore your full range of motion and eliminate pain.

General Body

Are you having trouble recovering from an injury or are just feeling the physical effects of getting older? No matter what is causing your pain, Resolute can help you get your life back, with safe, proven techniques that get results.

Hand and Wrist

Our increasingly technology-based world has led to an increase in wrist and hand injuries. To ensure that you remain productive and healthy for years to come, Resolute’s expert team provides treatment for many common hand and wrist conditions, including carpal tunnel, fractures and tendonitis.

Head, Neck and Spine

If you suffer from head, neck or spine pain, then you know just how debilitating daily life can be. At Resolute, our expert team will evaluate your symptoms and help you get back to a life free from back pain, migraines and other painful conditions.

Hip, Leg and Knee

Our lower bodies face a much higher risk from injury than other areas. In many cases, recovering from lower body injuries is even more painful than the original incident. Recovery from hip, leg and knee injuries is challenging, but Resolute can show you how to manage it efficiently and with minimal pain so that you can get back up and running again.

Shoulder

There are many different things that can cause shoulder pain, including muscle injury and tears, bursitis and basic overuse. In some cases, nerve and artery problems that are life threatening can even present themselves initially as shoulder pain. Resolute will determine the source of your shoulder pain and help you get rid of it for good.

About Pain Management

Pain management, also called pain medicine, is a type of specialized medical care. It is designed to minimize the impact of surgical pain or chronic pain. Chronic pain, in particular, can be difficult to control.