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What Causes Pitcher’s Elbow Symptoms to Occur?

Jun 15, 202433 Views

If you're into baseball or even just watch it occasionally, you might have heard of pitcher’s elbow. It can happen for different reasons, but it's especially common among baseball players. Experiencing a pitcher’s elbow symptoms can mean taking a long break from pitching.

Which Clavicle Fractures Need Surgery

May 30, 2024127 Views

Most clavicle fractures happen when a fall onto the shoulder or an outstretched arm puts enough pressure on the bone to break it. Clavicle fractures can heal if you keep the arm and shoulder still with the help of a sling.

Why Do I Feel Pain Between Shoulder Blades?

Apr 30, 2024240 Views

Feeling pain under or near your shoulder blade, the bone at the back of your shoulder, can make it hard to move your arm and do everyday things. It can occur as a burning, sharp pain between shoulder blades or as sore and achy across your shoulder or upper back.

Why Does My Shoulder Hurt When I Wake Up?

Apr 15, 2024179 Views

Isn't it frustrating to wake up feeling achy in your shoulder, especially when you're hoping for a refreshed start to the day? You're not alone in this. Many people, like you, are asking the same question, 'Why does my shoulder hurt when I wake up?'

What Is A Ucl Injury?

Mar 15, 2024115 Views

An injury to the ulnar collateral ligament, or UCL, is like a bump in the road for your elbow. This ligament is like a sturdy bridge that helps your elbow handle throwing and similar movements.

Ouch! Why Does My Shoulder Joint Ache?

Feb 15, 2024147 Views

Whether you sit a lot or move around a lot, almost everyone these days suffers from some sort of joint pain. But ultimately, it depends on you and how you manage it. For instance, if your shoulder joint has a dull ache every now and then, you might brush it off after giving it a massage or taking a painkiller.


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