Your biceps tendon is the easiest tendon to tear. See how to avoid this injury by clicking the link below.
Chronic shoulder instability is the result of constant overuse of your shoulder. The shoulder is meant to move in many directions but can easily slip out of socket. Read the safety tips below to see how to prevent this from happening to you.
Although you may enjoy gardening or swimming, you may be at risk of a common shoulder injury. To find ways to avoid this, click the link below.
Keeping your shoulder and rotator cuff conditioned if very key to avoid a tear. To learn more on how to condition properly, click the link below.
Rotator cuff tears are very painful: to the point that you can't even get dressed. If you’re suffering from this much shoulder pain, click the link to find out how to treat it.
If surgical treatment is needed, click the link below to learn about the right way of going about surgery and why it is needed.
If you need your shoulder looked at or repaired, shoulder arthroscopy is the way to go. Learn more by following the tips below.
Swelling, numbness, weakness, and bruising are all common symptoms of a dislocated shoulder. Read the tips in the link below to prevent this from happening.
Tweaking your shoulder is the easiest to do. Learn more on how to avoid shoulder impingement/rotator cuff tendinitis from the following tips.
Throwing athletes put a lot of wear and tear on their shoulders. To make sure you are doing these activities correctly, click the link below.