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3 CAUSES OF SHOULDER PAIN YOU SHOULDN’T IGNORE

Shoulder pain is not only caused by bad posture, as we think, but also due to daily activities. Immediately seek advice from a Musculoskeletal Medicine Doctor to avoid flare-ups of shoulder pain.

3 CAUSES OF SHOULDER PAIN YOU SHOULDN’T IGNORE

5/14/2024 4:19:40 PM

‼️ Almost everyone knows sitting in a bad posture for work or entertainment can cause shoulder pain. However, there are still other reasons why shoulder pain easily flares up that you often ignore. 

⚡ If you want to avoid shoulder pain, please read the article below for some advice from a musculoskeletal medicine doctor. 

Work-related shoulder pain can be worsened by daily activities that place additional stress on the shoulder joint and muscles. You should limit these activities to minimize stress on the shoulder joint. 

🔹 Carrying heavy bags: Carrying a heavy purse or backpack on one shoulder leads to uneven stress distribution on the muscles and joints, causing severe shoulder pain. 

🔹 Unsupportive sleep posture: Sleeping on one side without adequate shoulder support will cause discomfort or pain and even flare-up shoulder pain from a previous injury. 

🔹 Improper weight training techniques, such as using excessive weights or poor form, will contribute to shoulder pain by overloading the shoulder muscles and joints, especially when pushing through the head or lifting incorrectly. These habits can lead to Shoulder Impingement Syndrome (*) or make it worse. 

(*) Shoulder Impingement Syndrome is the medical term for pinching or rubbing together inside a joint. It causes pain, especially when you move. 

If your shoulder pain becomes more severe or causes worrying symptoms, it is essential to consult a Musculoskeletal Medicine Doctor who can recommend the correct treatment strategy. 

👉 Musculoskeletal medicine doctors at the CarePlus International Clinics, with many years of experience in sports medicine and orthopedics, will diagnose pain and provide an accurate treatment regimen to help you quickly relieve shoulder pain. 


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