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If you've heard of frozen shoulders, you know it's no fun. Frozen shoulder, as the name suggests, is a painful loss of mobility of the shoulder. The exact reason is unclear, and it develops gradually. The patient may experience problems reaching the back. Frozen shoulder can be followed by trauma and periods of immobility, i.e. after surgery, stroke or fracture. General health conditions such as diabetes or cardiovascular disease may also

The shoulder is made up of a group of bones that work together to make the shoulder and arm function. The shoulders are the complex joints that connect the arms to the body. It includes the humerus (upper arm bone), shoulder blade (scapula), and the collarbone (clavicle) and has the glenohumeral joint (ball and socket joints), acromioclavicular joint, and sternoclavicular joint. A fracture in the shoulder can severely affect your mobility

Do you have shoulder pain? Did you know that the problem could be due to shoulder trauma? True, shoulder pain related to certain movements or that you experience while sleeping can result from a shoulder injury. The shoulder joint is the most intricate in the human body. It's intended to give you the adaptability to move your arm 360 degrees. Shoulder pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal disorders that

Sports and activities increase the risk of shoulder dislocation, which include contact sports such as rugby, soccer, or hockey, and sports that are more prone to falls, such as skiing, volleyball, or climbing. However, you don't have to play sports or be outside to strain your shoulder. Any fall or a decisive blow to the shoulder can cause a dislocated shoulder. Shoulder dislocation is common because the ability of the shoulder