• 99, Nguyen Du St., Ben Thanh Ward, Dist. 1, HCMC
  • 133 Nguyen Trai St., Ward 2, Dist. 5, HCMC
  • 44 Nguyen Du St., Dist. Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi
  • 112-116, 2 thang 9 St., Dist. Hai Chau, Danang
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ACC – 161 Hai Ba Trung will be opening from 1st February 2018 at 99 Nguyen Du, D.1, HCMC

The shoulder is both the most complex and the most unstable joint in the body. 


Whether you are a professional athlete or an office worker, shoulder pain is debilitating and miserable.

Accurate diagnosis is the first step to solve a painful shoulder problem. At ACC, we have highly effective treatments most kinds of shoulder problems. We also provide rehab physiotherapy for post-surgical shoulder care.

Common shoulder problems include

  • Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)


    Frozen shoulder is one of the most common problems we treat at ACC. Frozen shoulder is extremely painful and characterized by a restriction in the motion of the joint. It often persists for many years. It can start with an injury to the shoulder or begin for no apparent reason.

    Treatment includes Chiropractic manipulation, assisting mobilization of shoulder joint and active range of motion exercise, Ultrasound, and Electrotherapy.

  • Bursitis


    Bursitis often occurs when tendonitis and impingement syndrome cause inflammation of the bursa sacs that protect the shoulder. Treatment includes chiropractic adjustments, micro current, and other electrical therapy to balance the muscular imbalances and to reduce inflammation.

    Exercise is prescribed to achieve a full recovery.

  • Impingement Syndrome

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    Impingement Syndrome is caused by the excessive squeezing or rubbing of the rotator cuff and shoulder blade. The pain associated with the syndrome is a result of an inflamed bursa (lubricating sac) over the rotator cuff, and/ or inflammation of the rotator cuff tendons, and/ or calcium deposits in tendons due to wear and tear. Shoulder Impingement Syndrome can lead to a torn rotator cuff. Treatment includes Chiropractic manipulation, Ultrasound, active release of the muscles, myo-facial needling, and different kinds of electric modalities of treatment, depending on location and severity.

  • Tendonitis

    Tendonitis of the shoulder is caused when the rotator cuff and/ or biceps tendon become inflamed, usually as a result of being pinched by surrounding structures. The injury may vary from mild inflammation to involvement most of the rotator cuff. When the rotator cuff tendon becomes inflamed and thickened, it may become trapped under the acromion. Treatment varies depending on location and severity

  • Rotator Cuff Tear


    A rotator cuff tear involves one or more rotator cuff tendons becoming inflamed from overuse, aging, a fall on an outstretched hand, or a collision. Treatment includes Chiropractic manipulation, Ultrasound, active release of the muscles, myo-facial needling, and different kinds of electric thereapy modalities. Surgery, followed by rehabilitation, is sometimes necessary in more sever cases.

  • Dislocation


    The shoulder joint is the most frequently dislocated major joint of the body – often caused by a significant force that separates the shoulder joint’s ball (the top rounded portion of the upper arm bone, or humerus) away from the joint’s socket (glenoid).
Treatment includes reduction of dislocation by surgery or under anesthesia if possible in a hospital or clinical setting. This is followed by rehabilitation and conservative treatment to restore function.