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Below are some of the most common shoulder injuries:

Dislocated Shoulder

A shoulder dislocation occurs when the the head of the humerus separates from the scapula at the shoulder joint. Do to the shoulder’s extremely large range of motion, this leads to a joint that is unstable and susceptible to dislocation.

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a shoulder condition in which the tissue of the shoulder joint becomes irritated and inflamed. This irritation causes the tissue to become stiff, thus the “frozen” shoulder feeling.

Rotator Cuff Injury

A Rotator Cuff Injury is an injury sustained to one of the four muscles that make up the rotator cuff. Many causes exist, such as overuse of the muscles or tendons, or traumatic impact to the shoulder. The rotator cuffs main purpose is to stabilize the shoulder joint.

Shoulder Anatomy

The Anatomy of the shoulder includes nerves, shoulder muscles, blood vessels, bursae, bones, joints, ligaments and tendons. Learn the anatomy of the shoulder so you can better understand your injury.

Shoulder Blade Pain

The shoulder blade, or scapula, is a flat triangular bone found at the back of the shoulder. There are numerous reasons for experiencing shoulder blade pain, such as a pinched nerve, or an injury sustained to muscles of the rotator cuff.

Shoulder Impingement

A shoulder impingement is an injury that occurs when the tendons of the rotator cuff become pinched in the shoulder joint. Pain when lifting the arm above the head is a common symptom of a shoulder impingement.

Shoulder Nerve Pain

Shoulder nerve pain is caused by an injury of the axillary muscles around the shoulder. The symptoms may include numbness, weakening of the shoulder, or a burning sensation that can radiate down the length of the arm.

Torn Shoulder Labrum

The Labrum is a layer of soft tissue found within the shoulder girdle. Any injury sustained to the shoulder can cause the labrum to tear, resulting in pain and impaired movement in the shoulder.