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Shoulder Neck Pain

Neck and shoulder pain has grown over the last decade due to the constant day to day activities of modern life. Shoulder pain is most common, stemming from tendinitis, dislocation, pinched nerves, and fractures. Its ball and socket formation forces it to be more susceptible to injury, the constant rotation and exposure to movement causing problems as people lift, stretch, and pull to open things.

Neck pain stems from abnormalities in the bone or joint, degenerative diseases, muscle strain, and tumors. But things like posture, sports, and car accidents also have a massive impact the neck and shoulder. Most shoulder and neck pain results from damage to muscles and ligaments. Surprising to many, the spinal cord, heart, lungs, and multiple abdominal organs can cause intense shoulder and neck pain.

For example, soreness in the neck and shoulder is often felt after a heart attack. This is called “referred” pain, where the body tries to evenly dispense pain instead of centering it in one location. Tendinitis of the shoulder is inflammation of the rotator cuff and/or biceps tendon; bursitis is inflammation of the bursa; and frozen shoulder is when the shoulder has become, or is becoming, immobile. Gallbladder disease can also cause pain to the right shoulder, along with whiplash from a car accident.

Neck and shoulder pain symptoms are fairly similar, so when describing pain to your doctor try to be as descriptive as possible. Your descriptions will guide your doctor in finding the cause. Try to use words like burning, tingling, or cramping to describe the pain, and if your neck or shoulder is cold, hot, or goes numb, make sure to tell them.

Neck and shoulder pain treatment

Neck and shoulder pain treatment can often be done successfully at home. In more serious cases you will need to consult a doctor or physical therapist. An X-ray may be used test for the cause of your neck and shoulder pain.


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