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Shoulder Injuries

Shoulder injuries are very common to both the athletic and non-athletic population. One reason (already mentioned), is that the shoulder is the most mobile and complex joint in the body. It is a ball and socket joint that moves in 6 different planes of motion. Because of this mobility, there are many different positions the shoulder can get itself into upon injuring it, either acutely with a fall, or chronically with overuse. Some of the most common shoulder conditions are: