1. Muscle strains and tears from overexertion.
2. Frozen shoulder.
3. Cartilage tears.
4. Tendonitis from overuse.
6. Pinched nerves(also called radiculopathy)
7. Collar or upper arm bone fractures, which lead to pain and loss of function.
How to Diagnose Shoulder Pain?
Mainly the Shoulder pain will be diagnosed by,
1. X-ray: Plain X-rays can show narrowing of the space between two
2. MRI: Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a noninvasive procedures that can show the problems with the tendons and ligaments.
3. Mylography/CT scanning: Sometimes used as an alternative to MRI.
4. Electrodiagnostic studies: Electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction velocity(NCV) are sometimes used to diagnose neck and shoulder pain, arm pain, numbness and tingling.
Dr. Santhosh Jacob provides comprehensive evaluation and management for a lot of shoulder joint problems by keyhole rotator cuff surgery. He also have doctorate in sports medicine. He provides all types of orthopedic treatments.
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