As the popularity of high-impact, strength-building exercise programs increases, the shoulder is being increasingly called upon to function as a high demand, weight-bearing joint. This has led to an increase in shoulder-related complaints among active adults. If that’s you, read on to gain a better understanding of what is causing your shoulder pain — and … Continue reading Why rotator cuff injuries are the most common cause of shoulder pain
When you have shoulder pain, you might not know the cause. Robert Berry, DO, medical director of sports medicine at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Plano, said that pain from arthritis and bursitis can be similar. But here are some differences that he suggests you should be aware of. Arthritis Arthritis usually develops … Continue reading Shoulder pain: Is it arthritis or bursitis?
Shoulder pain can be extremely debilitating. Just ask someone who has a torn rotator cuff. Everyday activities like carrying a bag, washing your hair, reaching for something above you, etc. become difficult. Basically, anything that requires lifting your arms above your head is suddenly painful. But while rotator cuff injuries are very common in athletes, the … Continue reading Treating shoulder pain doesn’t always require surgery