The most common cause of shoulder pain is muscles, tendons, and other soft tissue damage. This occurs as a result of the impacts on the area, reverse movements or overloading the shoulder. Pain in the neck area of the nerve compression can hit the shoulder. Among the more serious causes of shoulder pain; There are problems in some organs in the spinal cord, heart, lung and stomach region.
Collarbone Fracture: Blowing or falling on the collarbone may cause fracture of the bone.
Bursitis: Swelling and stiffness of the ‘bursa’ sac found on the joints that acts as a cushion may cause shoulder pain.
Scapula Fracture: A shoulder blade fracture may cause severe pain in the shoulder. The shoulder blade needs a strong impact to break.
Forced Tendons: Tendons supporting the shoulder, called the ‘rotator cuff’, may be hurt by heavy lifting, exercises, in particular sports involving the throwing of something. As a result, pain can occur when the shoulder is moved.
Shoulder Separation: The bond between the bridge bone (clavicle) and the scapula may be stretched or torn as a result of the impact.
Spinal Injury: Injuries from the head and spine can cause pain in the shoulders. These pains are usually accompanied by muscle spasms in the shoulder and neck.