May 15

Do I Have a Labral Tear?

The labrum is a piece of cartilage in your shoulder socket. It helps to stabilize the shoulder joint but can become strained or tear, resulting in shoulder instability. ...

Mar 15

Spring Training Isn’t Just for the MLB

Major League Baseball players are nearing the end of the spring training season. While it’s an opportunity for coaches and managers to identify key players, make trades, and ...

Jan 15

Is Shoulder Impingement the Same as Frozen Shoulder?

According to orthopedic studies, shoulder pain is the third most common pain complaint from orthopedic patients, with 15-30% of patients reporting shoulder pain every month. Shoulder pain can ...

Oct 15

3 Best Shoulder Stretches to Prevent Shoulder Strain

You may never realize how much you rely on your shoulder joint until you’ve strained your shoulder. Then you’ll feel it in everything you do, from lifting to ...

Aug 26

Shoulder Sprain vs. Shoulder Strain

Shoulder sprains and shoulder strains affect different parts of the shoulder, although both injuries can be painful and debilitating.   What is the difference between shoulder sprain and shoulder ...

Jun 14

Can a Dislocated Shoulder Heal On Its Own?

The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body as it can turn in many different directions. A shoulder dislocation can be a painful and debilitating injury. ...

Apr 22

Symptoms of Shoulder Instability

Shoulder instability happens when the structures surrounding your shoulder joint don’t keep the ball tightly within the socket. If the joint is too loose, it can slide around ...