Think you might have shoulder impingement?
There are several tests you can be done to decide in shoulder impingement may be the cause of your pain
Bob and Brad, the self-proclaimed “most famous physical therapists on the internet” show what you can do to test for shoulder impingement.
What Causes Shoulder Impingement?
Shoulder impingement is often caused by activities that involve consistent raising of the arm. This means that shoulder impingement can happen after playing or doing sports like swimming, golf, tennis, or football. Shoulder impingement occurs because the shoulder tendon gets “pinched” inside the shoulder joint. This is why people experience pain especially when they are raising their arm.
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