ROTATOR CUFF INJURIES
Rotator cuff injuries happen due to repetitive movements of the hands and shoulders over the head; mostly while working or performing some type of sports training. The circular band of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder form the rotator cuff. Its role is to firmly keep the top of the arm in the shoulder socket.
POST-SURGICAL SHOULDER PAIN
Even the most minimal surgery involves incisions and at least minor trauma to the muscles and other tissues. During surgery, the surgeon makes incisions on the skin and tissues to perform the procedure which can be rough on the muscles, connective tissue and organs. It is expected for the patients to feel a certain degree of discomfort after surgery, but depending on the type of operation, people can experience different types of pain.
Frozen Shoulder or Adhesive Capsulitis is a medical condition that is characterized by pain and stiffness of the shoulder joint and limited range of motion. The joints of the human body are surrounded by a capsule of connective tissue. When this capsule thickness and tightens, the joint movements of the shoulder become restricted causing pain, leading to frozen shoulder.