Clinical Presentation, Etiology and Physical Exam of SLAP Lesions

In this article, we will discuss the Clinical presentation, etiology and physical exam of SLAP lesions. So, let's get started. Clinical Presentation, Etiology and Physical Exam The clinical diagnosis of SLAP lesions is difficult. Non-specific shoulder pain, particularly with over-head or cross-body motion, is the most common clinical presentation. Additional symptoms include popping, clicking, catching, … Continue reading Clinical Presentation, Etiology and Physical Exam of SLAP Lesions

Causes of Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain is a very common problem among athletes, middle aged and elder individuals especially diabetics. It is the 3rd most common Musculoskeletal Pain. More than 50% individuals suffer from shoulder pain at some point of time in their life. Following are the causes of shoulder pain listed below: Frozen Shoulder Rotator cuff Tendinopathy and … Continue reading Causes of Shoulder Pain