The shoulders form a very intricate unification of three bones, the humerus, scapula, and clavicle.
Shoulder pain can be a result of overuse or injury or it can happen due to an underlying condition affecting the joints such as arthritis. Muscle fatigue in the shoulder area can also trigger pain or the pain can radiate from some other source of injury in the upper body towards the shoulders.
If your shoulders are injured or you’re experiencing pain in this region, then there are certain symptoms that you will experience. Along with pain, you will experience stiffness and tingling sensation in the area. Weakness is another factor that accompanies a painful shoulder and can become apparent and concerning if occurs while performing daily chores.
Although most shoulder injuries need professional care, certain mild injuries and pain can be easily self-treated by using certain home remedies. The most common and effective is heat/ice therapy along with proper rest and mild exercises. Although these remedies are very effective, in case of severe injuries they will not work. You can easily identify whether or not your injury needs professional help by simply analyzing the condition of your shoulder.
If the pain is intense and has rendered, then surely you need to be concerned. Sometimes the shoulder even shows signs of swelling and there is numbness in the surrounding region such as arms and hands. All these symptoms are alarming and you need to contact a medical healthcare professional as soon as possible.
Here’s a list of the most common shoulder injuries that need to be treated by a doctor.
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