Shoulder pain can be uncomfortable and debilitating if not properly treated.  There are multiple causes of nagging shoulder pain. Throughout our body are fluid filled sacs called bursa that act as shock absorbers. Overtime, the bursa can become inflamed due to general wear and tear on the body and the drying up of the bursa fluid.  This inflammation can lead to discomfort, but is treatable.

Tendinitis is also a common cause of shoulder pain that develops due to repetitive movements.  Either of these issues can cause pain, swelling, and restrict regular shoulder movement.  If you experience these symptoms, it’s best to be evaluated by a physician.

Chronic shoulder pain responds well to: