- The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in our body. However, the range of motion may cause coma or dislocation of the bones in the shoulder. Dislocations and fractures are more likely in our shoulder joints, which are more likely to be damaged than other joints. Our shoulder pains can be caused by any problems in the shoulder area, as well as the pains reflected from another part of our body to the shoulder. The most common cause of shoulder pain from outside the shoulder joint is neck hernia.
The Most Common Causes of Shoulder Pain
- Muscle ruptures and injuries,
- Bursitis and tendinitis (fluid-filled vesicles, tendon inflammation)
- Fractures and dislocations
- Neck hernia
- Nerve jams
- Lung tumors, inflammations
- Diseases of the liver and gallbladder
- Rheumatic diseases (especially polymyalgia rheumatica)
- Frozen shoulder (movement limitation in the joint),
How Should Shoulder Pain Be Treated?
Treatment should be directed to the cause of the pain. Soft tissue tears and bone-induced pain are often treated surgically. Other pain complaints can be eliminated by medication and physical therapy.
Shoulder calcification is the most affected joint after calcification after knee and hip joint. The two joints in our shoulders are the joints between the main shoulder joint, the arm bone and the shoulder blade. Normally it slides easily in the slot inside the ball head and makes its movement. Because the arm bones that make up the joint are protected by soft cartilage tissue.
What is Shoulder Impingement Syndrome?
One of the most common causes of pain in the shoulder is impingement syndrome. It is formed as a result of the muscles, tendons and the bones that make up the shoulder of the sac that are able to lift our arms are stuck between them. It is more common among housewives, sportsmen such as swimming and volleyball. As a result, this problem is a misuse or overuse of the shoulder. The importance of this syndrome is that all the tendons can be torn if the necessary treatment and precautions are not taken.