Shoulder and Arm

Browse our collection of the most common shoulder and arm ailments.

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Rotator Cuff Injury
Most often associated with baseball players, injuries to the rotator cuff tendons of the shoulder can happen to anyone over time. + View PDF

Impingement Syndrome
If you experience impingement syndrome in your shoulder, the bones and tissue in your upper arm are improperly aligned, narrowing the space between the acromion and the rotator cuff. + View PDF

Dislocated Shoulder
A shoulder dislocation is when the humeral head in your shoulder "pops out" of the glenoid socket. Dislocations are most commonly anterior, meaning that the head of the humerus slips forward out of the joint. + View PDF

Tennis Elbow
Also called "lateral epicondylitis", is used to describe a condition that causes pain and tenderness in the bony bump on the outer part of the elbow. The condition usually occurs slowly over time. + View PDF

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
Entrapment of the ulnar nerve is also known as cubital tunnel syndrome. If you "hit your funny bone" and have a tingling sensation in the small and ring fingers, you have hit the ulnar nerve. + View PDF