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Frozen Shoulder ‘Busting the Myths’

1. What happens when someone gets a frozen shoulder? Frozen shoulder, also known as Adhesive Capsulitis is a condition characterized by varying degrees of pain and stiffness in the shoulder joint.  The tissues in your shoulder get thicker and tighter leading to scar...

Shoulder Dislocation FAQs

Why do shoulders dislocate? The shoulder joint is a ball in socket joint and is the most mobile joint in the human body. The socket, however, is quite shallow and there are no bony constraints which means that the ball can come out of the socket – this is called a...

Shoulder Injuries in Cricket Bowlers

  The act of bowling is a complex movement that requires a healthy functioning shoulder where muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bone all move in a synchronized and stable pattern. Because of the complexity of this movement, subtle abnormalities can lead to the...

Shoulder Pain after Breast Cancer treatment

Shoulder problems are very common after treatments for breast cancer; such problems are normally not a sign that your cancer has returned or spread. Up to 68% of patients with breast cancer experience shoulder pain and/or restricted motion of the shoulder during or...

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