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What Is A Frozen Shoulder? Common causes of shoulder pain are from trigger points in the
subscapularis. The subscapularis is one of the four muscles that
comprise the rotator cuff. It attaches to the inner surface of the scapula and
to the front of the humerus bone. Its primary responsibility is to hold the
humerus in place during arm movements, preventing displacement. It also helps
internally rotate the head of the humerus.
Here are some common ways in which these trigger points get
Overdoing it at activities that require medial rotation
of the arm. Examples include freestyle swimming
and throwing a baseball.
Forceful overhead lifting while adducting the arm –
bringing it closer to your body. An example is the kettleball swing
exercise, where you use outstretched arms to raise the kettleball from
between the legs.
Sudden stress placed on the shoulder muscles –
due to a humerus fracture or shoulder-joint tear, or
breaking a fall.
Swelling, stiffness, and paralysed sensations in
joints, from sprains, over-lifting, or over-stretching.
Lameness, stiffness, and pain on first moving after rest,
or on getting up in morning, better by constant motion.
Trembling or sensation of trembling in limbs.
The limbs on which he lies, especially arms, go to sleep.
Rheumatic tension, drawing, tearing in limbs, during
Excessively cold hands and feet all day.
From the bad effects of getting wet, especially after
Ailments from spraining or straining a single part,
muscle or tendon; over lifting, particularly damp ground; too much summer
bathing in lake or river.
Affects the fibrous tissue, especially; the right side
more than the left.
Pains:as if sprained; as if a muscle or tendon was torn
from its attachment; as if bones were scraped with a knife; worse after
midnight and in wet, rainy weather; affected parts sore to touch.
Great restlessness, anxiety, apprehension; cannot remain
in bed, must change position often to obtain relief from pain.Worse
stiffness and pain on first moving after rest, or on getting up in the