A frozen shoulder can cause severe pain, loss of function and eventually loss of movement from stiffness. Let’s take a look at the different stages, causes, issues and treatments.
Pain in the wrist, arm and elbow is fairly common amongst tennis players. Tennis is quite strenuous on the arm as a whole, and injury is usually the result of chronic overuse, poor technique or incorrect equipment, however acute injuries also occur from impact or tripping over.
What is it?
The shoulder is a complex region with many interconnected parts and a versatile range of motion, so a shoulder injury can be quite a debilitating issue. The complexity of the region means that locating the injury and source of pain can be difficult, but in general, movement of the shoulder will make the pain worse.