Your shoulders are the most flexible joints in your body. With almost every action you do – whether it’s dressing, brushing your teeth, driving, eating food, or working on your computer – you rely heavily on good working shoulders. If you develop shoulder injuries such as impingement, bursitis, [Read More]
chronic shoulder pain
What causes a dislocated shoulder?
The shoulder is one of the most mobile joints in the body, with a wide range of motion that enables you to move it in all types of directions. Your shoulder is made up of the shoulder blade, collar bone, and upper arm bone. The top of the upper arm bone fits into your shoulder blade’s socket and [Read More]
What Is a Frozen Shoulder?
The shoulder is composed of three main bones forming a ball-and-socket joint. These bones are the collarbone (clavicle), upper arm bone (humerus), and shoulder blade (scapula). What holds these bones together is a section of strong connective tissue called the shoulder capsule. When a person has [Read More]