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Shoulder pain that lasts more than a few weeks lets us know that an underlying problem persists. A shoulder tracking issue or biomechanics problem, similar to having an alignment issue with the steering of your car, will cause continued and chronic irritation and inflammation of the shoulder joint.
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Shoulder pain can be accurately diagnosed, and in most cases treated very quickly. Here is what to expect and what the process looks like at Cornerstone.
Early diagnosis and intervention for shoulder pain is important to prevent further injury to your rotator cuff.
Shoulder pain greater than 2 weeks that has not resolved should be looked at to prevent a long term problem and an increased risk of rotator cuff damage and even a tear from happening.