Shoulder Pain & Softball: Everything You Need to Know

By Game Ready | Apr 19, 2017

Shoulder pain is a common complaint among both male and female softball players. When an athlete throws a ball, it places stress on the ligaments, tendons, and muscles in the shoulder joint.

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Understanding the Recovery Process After Rotator Cuff Surgery

By Kelly Hansen | Jan 29, 2013

Shoulder pain can occur for lots of reasons, but if you’re physically active at work or at play, then your shoulder pain might be due to a rotator cuff injury. These injuries are not unusual, especially for active folks. Professional and weekend athletes who routinely use their shoulders during a game or workout – swimming, rowing, pitching, playing tennis, or lifting weights at the gym – are prone to a rotator cuff injury. So are people who use their shoulders in their job to lift or carry heavy items.

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