Shoulder& Elbow


Shoulder and Elbow disarrangements are often related with baseball players and other athletes. But they can affect people from all class of life. We constantly use these joints to lift, movement, push and pull. So it's nothing new that many of us come down with pain, steadiness or other problems in our shoulder or elbows. Your shoulder joint is known as a ball-and-socket joint. That’s because the upper part of your upper arm has a rounded shape, like a ball. It gets fitted into a cup shaped hollow (socket) in your shoulder bone. Ball-and-socket joints are highly ductile. In fact, your shoulder has a larger, more multiple range of movement than any other joint in your body. The elbow is a dependent joint that connects your forearm to your upper arm. It gives you access for the movement that means bending and straightening your arm your shoulders and elbows are held together by various tissues. Ligaments connect the bones. Tendons connect bones with muscles. A major layer of slippery tissue called cartilage covers the ends of your bones. This helps them to glide one against another throughout the movement. If something affects a part of your joint – whether it might be a bone or the tissue around it – you may have pain, weakness, numbness and many symptoms that make it hard for movement of your arm or shoulder.


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