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Pain is a noxious stimulus which generally arises when there is damage to structures. It is a complex field as sometimes one may feel pain even without tissue damage. The common causes for shoulder pain are inflammation, arthritis, ineffective contraction of muscles with fatigue related muscle pain. Inflammation may occur due to pressure, swelling, damage or presence of abnormal elements like calcium within the muscle fibres.

Impingement Syndrome

Shoulder Pain

Referred pain

Arthritis - Shoulder joint

Arthritis - AC Joint

Frozen Shoulder

Fractures & ligament damage

Shoulder Dislocations

Rotator cuff tear