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Impingement Of The Shoulder Joint
Exam and history: See a sports/shoulder specialist for evaluation. They will examine you after reviewing a history of shoulder problems. X-rays will probably be done. Possibly an MRI or mr arthrogram will be ordered. The most important element is truly the history of problems, combined with the physical exam findings. ...Read more
Yes, but...: Yes, but it depends on the specific shoulder injury. There are many things that can go wrong in a shoulder, and rehab is specific to each. Most exercises focus on regaining range of motion, flexibility, and strength. See your dr or a physical therapist and they should be able to come up with a plan to help you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard to tell: A lot of patients are concerned about their joints popping and grinding. Unfortunately, this is the least sensitive symptom of all when it relates to the diagnosis of joint disorder. Popping could be normal, a snapping tendon may cause it. Tendon rupture, bone dislocation may be causing it. I would ask you to report other symptoms you may be having to correctly guide you in further work up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If the clicking is associated with pain, then you should visit your doctor. If there is no pain, then you should be ok, now, this may be a sign of minor instability of your shoulder joint. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Recently I have been getting a weird sharp pain within my shoulder joint when I move it. It only happened 2 days ago after gym. What is this?
Tendon or bursitis : I suspect during your workout at the gym you pulled muscles or tendons and developing tendinitis or bursitis or both in your shoulder. It would be best to ice the shoulder especially for the first twdays after the injury for the next day or so and then use heat after that. And maintain range of motion. If it persists you can ask your physician to evaluate it and even if necessary have you been seen by a specialist ...Read more
Not dangerous but: May point 2 a separated shoulder of low grade. Was this compared 2 the opposite side? They may both b the same. Injury? A lot missing here as far as info is concerned. C an ortho if it is painful, was injury, and b sure the other side is on the same film plain ; holding weights in each hand, both taken while standing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Muscle: There are basically two components of what stabilizes a joint: static & dynamic. Static issues that you can't really strengthen include ligaments/cartilage/labrum/etc and negative (suction) pressure between the joint. Dynamic stabilizers (which you can strengthen) are the muscles around the joint. Proper muscle strengthening surrounding the joint can definitely aid in joint stability. ...Read more
Crepitus: There are many causes for popping in the joint (crepitus). This can include but is not limited to bursitis, tendinitis, cartilage or labral tear, cartilage wear (arthritis), joint instability, and rotator cuff tears. If there is no associated pain, then likely you don't have to worry about it. If there is pain, then see your doctor. ...Read more
Shoulder impingement: Does this pain radiate from your shoulder to your forearm? It sounds like you may have shoulder impingement, but you should be evaluated by an orthopedist. ...Read more
Yes: If the joint is separated, then it depends on the length of time from the injury. If is is relatively acute then you can reconstruct it with heavy strength suture. If chronic, then you need to use a graft to reconstruct. If you have some arthritis in the joint, we do not replace it. We take 8-10mm of the bone off the end so the bones don't touch and the arthritis pain goes away. ...Read more
Can you tell me about any surgeries to replace a completely torn acromioclavicular shoulder joint?
These joints can be-: Repaired but not replaced. Talk it over with a shoulder surgeon. ...Read more
My right shoulder joint aches throughout the day and is the worst in the morning . What could be the causes?
68-yo active male. Progressive pain in shoulder joint, sometimes sharp. Is there a simple procedure to reduce inflammation?
If after having 4 steroid injections in less than a year in shoulder joint without relief what would be the next recommended step?
My collarbone is shaped funny and is pressing into my shoulder joint. Is this something that requires surgery? I'm always in pain.
For function: If i understand the question correctly, the answer is that this type of joint allows a large range of motion, more so than a simple "hinge.". ...Read more
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