12 Feb Types of Shoulder Diseases
Types of Shoulder Diseases
Due to a hard impact and excessive strain on the shoulder, shoulder diseases is occurring. Pain in the shoulder may be a sign of a more serious disease. The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the body. It consists of the humeral head and glenoid. As in all joints, the shoulder joint is located within the joint capsule that produces synovial fluid. This fluid reduces the friction of the joint, supports the joint cartilage and increases joint stability.
Such a range of motion in the shoulder joint makes the bones in the shoulder more likely to become disconnected or separated than the bones of other joints.
Joints are places where two or more bones intersect. Dislocations are injuries that occur in the joints, where the ends of the bones where they meet the joints are forced out of their normal positions. This injury temporarily deforms and immobilizes your joint, resulting in sudden and severe pain.
Shoulder Impingement Syndrome
Usually, at first, there is ordinary pain and a slight loss of strength in the muscles. Shoulder movement limitation and pain in overhead movements begin later. Bursitis causes moderate to severe pain and limitation of movement. In tendonitis, there is a sharp pain in certain positions. Recurrent attacks of tendinitis can cause a rotator cuff tear.