Shoulder blade pain is common and usually very treatable. Find out reasons why your shoulder blade might hurt and what you can do to make it go away.
It can be hard to know exactly what to do following a shoulder injury. Should you go to the emergency room, urgent care, or specialized shoulder doctor? Your next steps…
Living with a sore shoulder can keep you from doing what you love. Since there are many different shoulder pain causes, it can be hard to know what to do…
There are many different shoulder pain causes, so if you’re experiencing aching shoulder pain or have a shoulder injury, it can be hard to know what to do and when…
Is your shoulder pain disrupting your sleep? Are you having shoulder pain at night? Shoulder pain at night can be prevented by making minor adjustments.
The most common causes of shoulder bursitis are overuse or injury. Too much movement puts stress on the bursa, causing inflammation.
How do you know where your pain is coming from? Determining the source of your pain will help get you the best results for recovery.
Repeated overhead motion can cause inflammation in your rotator cuff, making the tendons swell and “catch” on your upper shoulder bone. This is called subacromial impingement syndrome.
“The Thrower’s Shoulder” refers to an internal impingement. This injury is caused in the “cocking” phase of throwing, when a pitcher is bringing his or her arm back before the swing.
When Diane Davis was misdiagnosed for her shoulder injury and was looking for a second opinion when she stumbled on Dr. Soldatis and OrthoIndy.
Dr. Chris Bales, sports medicine specialist, discusses what you should look for if you think you have a rotator cuff tear or other shoulder injuries.
Sometimes sports can get rough, and when your shoulder falls completely out of place, it is called a complete shoulder dislocation. But sometimes, your shoulder is only partially knocked out of place, which is called a partial shoulder dislocation or a shoulder subluxation.
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