Shoulder Pain Symptoms
Shoulder pain includes large variety of disorders that can range from a intraarticular, soft tissue (muscle, tendon, labrum, and ligament), and nerve. The etiology can be traumatic, idiopathic, degenerative and overuse syndrome. Ongoing, chronic shoulder pain symptoms can include stiffness, throbbing, discomfort during movement, and arm weakness.
More acute, sharp pain is usually the result of recent injury. Often shoulder pain is accompanied by limited mobility and an inability to raise or rotate the arm. Shoulder pain usually worsens over time. Clinical diagnosis plays a crucial role in establishing the right physical therapy treatment and rapid recovery.