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shoulder pain



shoulder bursitis
rotator cuff tear

The shoulder is comprised of multiple joints, tendons and muscles which work together to allow a great deal of mobility.  Many times, however, this mobility may lead to instability or tissue impingement, which results in pain.  Most shoulder pain is due to bursitis, tendinitis, arthritis, instability or trauma.  Many times, severe impingement may lead to a rotator cuff tear which sometimes requires surgical intervention.  Instability of the shoulder refers to subluxation and dislocation.  Subluxation occurs when the head of the upper arm comes partially out of the socket, while dislocation occurs when the head of the humerus completely comes out of socket.  A dislocation may lead to loose ligaments, tendons and muscles at the shoulder joint.  This may lead to recurrent dislocations, requiring corrective surgery.

frozen shoulder

Arthritic pain in the shoulder joint may cause people to limit their arm movement.  This leads to tightening of the shoulder joint and possibly thickening of the shoulder capsule, which may cause adhesive capsulitis or “frozen shoulder.”  Adhesions or stiff bands of tissue form and synovial joint fluid decreases.  This occurs in only 2% of the general population, most commonly affecting women between 40 and 60 years old.  With “frozen shoulder,” not only will you have difficulty moving your arm, but a trainer/therapist may also have difficulty mobilizing your arm.  There are 3 phases of Adhesive Capsulitis.  Phase 1 is the Freezing Phase in which pain slowly increases.  During Phase 2, the Frozen Phase, daily activities become very difficult as stiffness remains.  Only during Phase 3, the Thawing Phase, does mobility begin to improve, and complete recovery may take from 6 months to 2 years.  The main goal of dealing with frozen shoulder is pain management and mobility/strength restoration. 

Some common diagnostic tests performed on the shoulder are Xrays, MRI, CT scans and arthroscopy.  Although surgery is sometimes required, 90% of people with shoulder pain respond very well to exercise, rest, activity modification and medication. 

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