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Importance of Shoulder Exercises in Treating Shoulder Injuries and Diseases

One of the most important therapeutic measures in dealing with shoulder injuries and diseases is the correct and principled performance of shoulder exercises. The goal of these exercises is to achieve an appropriate range of motion and strengthen the muscles around the shoulder. Without these exercises, achieving a desirable therapeutic outcome will be difficult. Preliminary

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Shoulder Exercises

Burners and Stingers: Electric Shock Sensation in Shoulder and Arm

Common Occurrence in Athletes The sensation of electric shock in the shoulder and arm (Burners and Stingers) can be a common condition among athletes, especially those who participate in high-impact sports such as wrestling or football. Symptoms and Signs of Stingers This condition occurs when an individual feels as if an electric shock has been

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Burners and Stingers

Calcific Tendonitis and Calcium Deposition in Shoulder Tendons

Overview: Calcific tendonitis, characterized by calcium deposits in the shoulder tendons leading to inflammation and pain, is often observed in individuals over the age of 40. Functional Anatomy of Calcific Tendonitis Anatomical Details: In calcific tendonitis, calcium deposits in the tendons of the rotator cuff. This group consists of four muscles that attach to the

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Calcific Tendonitis

Biceps Tendonitis or Inflammation of the Biceps Tendon

Definition and Location: Tendonitis, or inflammation of the tendon, refers to the swelling and inflammation of a ligament (tendon). The biceps muscle, located at the front of the arm, has two tendons at the top. Structure of the Biceps Muscle Tendons Anatomy: One of these tendons is shorter and attaches to the coracoid process of

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Biceps Tendonitis
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