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Shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in our body. When a shoulder movement takes place, muscles contract and relax to produce the wide range of movement possible. However, pain in shoulder could be because of a variety of reasons some being the likes of inflammatory arthritis or joint diseases or also coming from other parts of your body like neck problem or even conditions affecting our diaphragm which is our main breathing muscle. Traumatic injuries can also occur from contact or combat sports or from falling down awkwardly injuring the area. Also spending hours in front of a computer, television or mobile phones and repetitive movement patterns can lead to neck and shoulder strains. Another serious shoulder pain could also be referred from a heart condition where pain would be experienced around your left shoulder. Self help measures can be used to avoid shoulder issues and also regularly exercising…
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