Herniated or Bulging Disc
Shoulder pain is very common. Some causes of shoulder pain resolve within a few weeks without any treatment apart from simple medicines for pain relief. However, some causes of shoulder pain can last for a long time and your doctor will need to arrange further tests and treatment. You should see your doctor if the pain is severe, if it follows an injury or if it doesn’t get better after a few weeks.
Overexertion, pinched nerves — all sorts of joint and muscle problems can cause neck and shoulder pain.
- Whiplash, a car accident or any abrupt jerking motion to the head and neck — and suddenly you have serious neck, shoulder, back pain. Standard X-rays of the neck may not show any injuries.
- Chronic Muscle Pain – Use your muscles incorrectly, too much, too little — and you’ve got muscle pain.
- Muscle Pain
Overuse injuries — muscle sprains, strains, and pains — result from all sorts of assaults, small to severe.
The causes of back pain can be complex — accidents, muscle strains, sports injuries. Stiffness, pain, lower back pain, and pain radiating down the leg are symptoms of back pain.
Arthritis that affects your “shock absorbers” is the cause of pain and disability in knee and hip joints that can lead to surgery.