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Causes of Shoulder Pain

20+ medical conditions may affect your shoulder muscles, joints, bones or nerves. Some common conditions causing pain are:

  • Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive capsulitis)

    Frozen shoulder is a painful condition which occurs when the connective tissue surrounding the three shoulder bones, namely, upper arm (humerus), shoulder blade (scapula), and collarbone (clavicle), thickens and becomes tight.

    This causes pain and limits the motion of the affected shoulder joint.

  • Rotator cuff tear

    Rotator cuff is the group of muscles & tendons that keep the head of the upper arm within the shoulder socket.

    It generally happens when a person is involved in activities that require their hands to be away from the shoulder or above their heads for prolonged periods. Eg. badminton & lawn tennis players.

    Physiotherapy helps in increasing the muscle strength & range of motion.

  • Dislocation of shoulder

    A shoulder dislocation is usually due to a fall or blow to the shoulder causing the upper arm to pop out of its socket.

    An orthopedic surgeon would recommend using a sling for a few weeks to immobilize the affected shoulder joint. This would lead to stiffness in the shoulder.

    A physiotherapist can help in reducing the pain & stiffness at the earliest and recommend muscle strengthening exercises to avoid dislocation again & again.

  • Tendinitis

    Shoulder Tendinitis is a common injury caused due to inflammation in the tendons due to prolonged over head action (Swimming, Cricket balling, Tennis etc).

    Due to the pain & inflammation the patient would face issues in performing daily activities. A physiotherapist can help in resuming daily activities via muscle strengthening.

    Surgery might be required if the condition becomes severe or chronic.

Accurate diagnosis is must for a timely & complete recovery. Find the joint, muscle, nerve causing you pain



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Diagnosis of Shoulder pain

Whom should you consult?

Either Orthopedic Surgeon or Physiotherapist

Orthopedic Surgeon: They treat shoulder pain via medicines or surgery.

Physiotherapist: They prescribe scientific tailor made exercises for each condition to provide long lasting pain relief (Zero Side Effects).

How is a correct diagnosis done?

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#1 Medical History

Doctor enquires about the origin of pain

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#2 Clinical Examination

Doctor makes you do guided movements to identify the root cause of pain

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#3 Medical Reports

Doctor matches the findings with MRI, X-Ray, CT Scans & Blood reports

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#4 Patient Education

Doctor educates reason of pain using 3D Technology, explains the treatment duration, the dos & don'ts etc.

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Treatment of Shoulder Pain

Doctors would recommend the treatment options based on the intensity & severity of your condition.

Medicines & Home Remedies

Reduces feeling of pain fast but Temporary Relief. May have side effects

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Scientific Exercises

Research Proven with long term benefits. Zero Side Effects. Effective for 9/10 people

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Required in 1 out of 10 people. Costlier & riskier than other solutions. Preferably last alternative

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