The shoulder joint has an important influence on arm and hand function. Therefore, activities of daily living, working, and leisure time can be negatively influenced by the condition of the shoulder joint. Problems of the shoulder joint can be induced by muscular imbalance and poor body posture. There is a strong relationship between shoulder function and body posture. Conservative treatment and rehabilitation of the shoulder joint aims at improving the local dysfunction of the shoulder joint as well as at improving function and social participation. Exercise therapy aims at improving muscular performance, joint mobility and body posture. We also offer other conservative modalities such as Ultrasound, FDA approved Laser treatments, electric therapy, and strapping techniques to help assist the treatment plan.