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Understanding Different Types of Shoulder Pain

What type of shoulder pain are you experiencing? Find out here.

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How Do I Know if I Have a Rotator Cuff Tear?

Rotator cuff injuries can share symptoms with several other shoulder injuries, so these are the specific symptoms to look for if you think you’ve got a rotator cuff tear.

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Is My Shoulder Pain Caused by a Neck Injury?

An injured nerve in your cervical spine (neck) can produce symptoms of shoulder pain, weakness, and numbness.

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15 Must-Haves After Shoulder Surgery

Here are 15 must-have items for your upcoming shoulder surgery.

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6 Tips to Prevent Shoulder Pain

Listening to your body and being proactive about addressing even the smallest signs of shoulder pain can help to prevent further shoulder damage down the road.

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How to Avoid Shoulder Pain at Work

Clocking hours each day in front of your computer may be the reason for your shoulder pain. Here’s how you can overcome it.

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5 Reasons Why You May Have a Stiff or Painful Shoulder

What may be causing the limited mobility in your shoulder?

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Treadmill Workouts: What Runners Need to Know

Treadmills are a good option when the weather makes running outside unpleasant or downright dangerous. Learn what to watch for to keep your routine fresh and challenging.

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Is Your Shoulder Pain Related to Your Numb Hands or Fingers?

A nerve or blood vessel injury could be the reason for your shoulder pain and hand or finger numbness.

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3 Little-Known Ways to Help Your Rotator Cuff Heal Faster

Read about three steps you can take that may help speed up your recovery from a rotator cuff tear.

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