The shoulder is a large ball and socket joint giving us an excellent range of movement. The socket, known as the glenoid, is shallow which can mean it can dislocate or become unstable, for instance from playing sport. It’s also common to get pain around the shoulder which is linked to stiffening of the shoulder, sometimes known as a frozen shoulder. We may also find that pain can be caused by an injured muscle or a mechanical imbalance in the shoulder – but there are many more.

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