Lateral Epicondylitis or more commonly known as “Tennis Elbow” is the most common cause of pain in the elbow. It is a tendinopathy which involves the extensor muscles of the forearm which originate from the lateral side of the arm.
Shoulder impingement is not a specific condition, rather more of a symptom of possible shoulder injuries. It can be a symptom in a rotator cuff injury, labral injury, shoulder instability, biceps tendinopathy, improper scapula control and bone spurs.
The shoulder joint (also known as the glenohumeral joint) is the most commonly dislocated joint in the human body. This joint is the most mobile joint in the body with an extended range of motion which allows the arm to move in many different directions. Shoulder dislocation occurs when the head of the upper arm […]
Painful Shoulder? Frozen Shoulder? What is adhesive capsulitis? Adhesive capsulitis, colloquially referred to as frozen shoulder, is a debilitating and painful condition that affects the shoulder joint and can contribute to significant disability. It is often prevalent in adults (40 – 60 years old) and is more common in women. As the name frozen shoulder […]