Friday, January 19, 2018


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Shoulder Pain: Signs and Symptoms

Are you suffering from shoulder pain?  Why live with it?

Instead let's try and find out the ways and means of relieving the discomfort associated with silt shoulder pain. 

However, the thing that you need to know is to learn more about the main causes. any problem that you may have in moving your shoulder has a specific cause behind it.  While your shoulder pain can develop slowly over days, you may often experience an intense shooting pain in your shoulder when you try to move it.  The reasons behind each kind of pain may differ as well.  The shoulder is the most-free moving joint in the body.   No other joint in the body has the degrees of motion that the shoulder joint does.  It is composed of four bones:

  • the humorous (upper bones)
  • the scapula (shoulder blade)
  • the sternum ( chest bone)
  • the clavicle ( collarbone)

The humorous and scapula form a ball and socket joint, but the socket is very shallow in the shoulder.    The head of the humorous or upper arm bone is much larger than the socket, like a golf ball sitting on a tree. This bony anatomy allows free motion but does not give the shoulder inherent stability or support.

Let us now take a look at some of the most common causes of shoulder pain