Shoulder pain is very common. We’ve all heard of the “rotator cuff” and those of us who have had shoulder pain may also be familiar with terms such as “labrum” and “bicipital tendonitis.” But why do these structural components of the shoulder joint suffer from injury and degeneration? What is causing them to experience excess wear and tear? What are the ROOT causes of shoulder pain?
In this video, Dr. Pleau discusses some of the most common causes of chronic and acute shoulder pain and how those key problems can be identified and corrected so that the tendons, ligaments, and cartilage of the shoulder joint can heal.