Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
FOOT & ANKLE
Instability - Traumatic
Multidirectional Instability/ Atraumatic
Glenohumeral (Shoulder) Arthritis
Lumbar Disc Herniation
What are the signs and symptoms of glenohumeral arthritis?
from bone-on-bone rubbing within the joint is the most common symptom of glenohumeral arthritis
At first the pain may come and go, but it tends to increase with time, usually over several years.
Movement usually adds to the discomfort.
The pain is commonly present at night, and interferes with sleep.
There may or may not be pain at rest.
Loss of motion
is another common symptom. Possible causes of motion loss include:
Osteophytes that block joint motion
Constriction of the joint capsule due to chronic inflammation, pain, and disuse
Fractures or previous surgeries that may have changed joint structure and interfered with motion
Weakness of the supporting muscles following a rotator cuff tear
Other symptoms may be:
(wasting away) of shoulder muscles due to disuse
in the shoulder due to inflammation
(clicking or crunching sound) during shoulder motion
with palpation (touch) affecting the entire shoulder region or specific areas
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