The shoulder joint is one of the most complicated moving parts of the body and has one of the widest ranges of movement – second only to the thumb.
Shoulder pain is often due to ‘overuse’ and strain which can inflame the tendons of the rotator cuff muscles. Frozen shoulder is also a common cause of pain, stiffness and immobility of the shoulder joint. This is due to inflammation and thickening in the lining of the capsule surrounding the joint (capsulitis).
In most cases, no obvious cause is found, but it may come on after a fall, a task involving repetitive movements of the joint (for example, painting a ceiling) or after unaccustomed exercise.
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