Many conditions cause shoulder pain, and sometimes the shoulder pain could be radiating from another body part. Shoulder pain that occurs at the shoulder joint can be a result of damage to either the muscles, tendons, or ligaments in that joint. Shoulder pain can be a symptom of systemic diseases like heart disease or gallbladder disease.
The difference between shoulder pains caused by a condition outside the shoulder is that the pain caused by a problem in the shoulder becomes worse when you move your shoulder. Referred shoulder pain that is coming from another body part does not worsen with shoulder movement. Consulting a doctor at Brooklyn orthopedics will help confirm the exact cause of your shoulder pain and provide … Read the rest