Because it is one of the most mobile joints, the shoulder joint is also one of the most injured joints in the human body. This is because joint mobility and stability are inversely related.
Simply stated; The more motion a joint has the more instability of inherits.
Because of the high stress on the shoulder joint during a demanding and active lifestyle, it gets injured often. A painful shoulder may have multiple sources of pain including tendons, muscles, bursas, labrums, loose bodies, rotator cuff or arthritis.
Learn the top 3 myths of shoulder pain and the simple solutions to manage your painful shoulder. The recovery doesn’t have to be complicated. During my past 30 years as a physical therapist, I’ve learned the patients with a simple plans and a consistent routine typically have the best outcome.
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