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  • Positive self belief key to recovery from shoulder pain

    SourceScience Daily

    Positive self belief is the key to recovery from pain, say Uresearchers. The research team studied over 1,000 people undergoing physiotherapy for shoulder pain. They found that people are more likely to recover if they have the confidence to carry on doing most things, despite their pain. Those who expected physiotherapy would help them were likely to recover more than those who expected minimal or no benefit.

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  • Frozen Shoulder: symptoms you should know

    Sourcethedailystar.net

    It is pain and stiffness in your shoulder that happens slowly. It can worsen until your shoulder seems “frozen” in one position. Although it may take as much as a few years to get completely better, it can improve long before then, especially if you do physical therapy to help with recovery.

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  • Researchers determine the rate of return to sport after shoulder surgery

    SourceEurekAlert

    Athletes with shoulder instability injuries often undergo shoulder stabilization surgery to return to sport (RTS) and perform at their preinjury activity level. Returning to sports in a timely fashion and being able to perform at a high level are priorities for these athletes undergoing surgery. Time and ability to RTS is often difficult to predict and based on a myriad of variables, including the individual's severity of injury, the type of sport (overhead, collision, contact, recreational), the athlete's level of competition, compliance with the rehabilitation program and type of surgery.

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  • Why Do I Have Uneven Shoulders?

    SourceHealthline

    Uneven shoulders occur when one shoulder is higher than the other. This can be a slight or significant difference and may be due to several causes. Luckily, there are steps you can take to bring your body back into balance and alignment.

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  • What are the symptoms of rotator cuff tendinitis?

    SourceMedical News Today

    Rotator cuff tendinitis is inflammation of the connective tissues that help the shoulder to move. The condition is also called an impinged shoulder or impingement syndrome.

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