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Supraspinatus – Functional Anatomy

Supraspinatus anatomy presents as a simple strip of mucle. It attaches to the top of the scapula and inserts on the head of the humerus. More extensive studies have been done because of its association with shoulder impingement and tendinopathy. In fact, it is more complex than it appears. Actually, more recent studies, like this …

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Shoulder Pain and Clicking While Grooming

Patients complain of pain in the shoulder when brushing their teeth, combing their hair, putting on make-up, shaving their face, etc. Typically, patients describe this pain as achy and deep in the shoulder. Their primary complaint may also include pain while carrying something by their sides like suitcases or buckets. This trigger point usually doesn’t disturb sleep but is often …

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