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The shoulders are one of the most flexible joints in the human body and, due to their extensive range of motion, are prone to instability and injury. The shoulder joint is a ball-and-socket type of joint that allows for a wide range of movements. The bony structure includes the upper shoulder head (humerus) and the scapula's external cavity (glenoid). The humerus is designed to stay close to the socket, like

Have you ever noticed that sometimes when it's cold outside, you suddenly feel all this pain? Temperature significantly affects our bodies. We know extreme weather conditions can cause frostbite, but you don't have to be in the Arctic tundra to experience the devastating effects. Experiencing shoulder pain can make simple tasks like bathing, dressing, driving, and carrying groceries seem impossible. Even sleep, which should give you rest after a busy day,

A rotator cuff is a group of four tendons that work together to stabilize and move the shoulder. Each of the four tendons connect the scapula's muscles with the upper arm's bony portion (humerus). The names of the musculoskeletal components of the rotator cuff are: Supraspinatus, which flows through the upper part of the ball of the shoulder joint (head of the humerus); Subscapularis, which passes through the front of

The pain and movement are associated during  the recovery from shoulder surgery. Recovery depends on many factors, including the type of surgery, complications, doctor's instructions, the sequence of rehabilitation and physiotherapy exercises, etc. Whether you are having minimally invasive rotator cuff surgery or shoulder manipulation, recovery from shoulder surgery takes time. Any surgery, even the so-called "minimally invasive" - ​​is a big deal. The process itself can take a few hours

The rotator cuff is made up of muscles and tendons that hold the shoulder in place. This is one of the essential parts of the shoulder. Allows you to raise your hand and reach out. An injury to the rotator cuff can occur suddenly when falls  on outstretched shoulders or develops over time due to repetitive activity. Degeneration and tearing of the rotator cuff can also be caused due to

Shoulders have a wide and varied range of motion. If something goes wrong with your shoulder, it affects your range of movement and can cause severe pain and discomfort. The shoulder is a ball and socket joint with three prominent bones: the humerus (long arm bone), clavicle (collarbone), and the shoulder blade (also known as scapula). A layer of cartilage amortized these bones. There are two main joints. The acromioclavicular joint

Shoulder Fracture? Oh! One of the biggest challenges for fracture sufferers is figuring out what to expect when the fracture heals and how to sleep well if they experience fracture pain at night. One of the major fears is hitting themselves (or their partner) in the head with their casts, waking up in excruciating pain every few hours, or just worrying about crushing their healing fracture by tossing and turning