Common Shoulder Problems
Impingement: Impingement is caused by inflammation of the rotator cuff and bursa. Pain occurs when raising the arm above one’s head.
Dislocation (Recurring): Dislocation is caused by a tear in the labrum or excess laxity in the joint's capsule.
Instability: Instability occurs when one’s shoulder is forced beyond the joint's normal range of motion causing the ball to move abnormally in the socket.
Arthritis: Arthritis may be caused by long-term wear, infection, traumatic injury, or a variety of other diseases. It is characterized by worn cartilage and roughened joint surfaces and fragmentation of bone and cartilage.