What Causes Shoulder Pain?

Sometimes shoulder pain is the result of injury to another location in your body, usually the neck or biceps. This is known as referred pain. Referred pain generally doesn’t get worse when you move your shoulder. If your shoulder is causing a significant amount of pain and you are unable to rotate it or move it in general, you should seek help, so contact us!


Other causes of shoulder pain include:
  • arthritis 
  • torn cartilage
  • torn rotator cuff
  • swollen bursa sacs or tendons
  • bone spurs (bony projections that develop along the edges of bones)
  • pinched nerve in the neck or shoulder
  • broken shoulder or arm bone
  • dislocated shoulder 
  • injury due to overuse or repetitive use
  • spinal cord injury 
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