So i feel like when I am all done with my work outs and pt and treatment when I am not doing anything that my shoulder hurts and with out any weight or anything I was told possible rotator cuff but my trainer has not said about MRI or anything yet it has been 18 some months since I had my shoulder pop but never came out the socket ever since it would hurt to throw or left things did laser.... please help
At rest, the muscles around the joints relax. This causes rubbing of the bones around the joint. There are two conditions which cause pain in a joint while at rest. One is arthritis, preferably osteoarthritis and the other is tendonitis. This is typically seen in osteoarthritis in initial stages. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
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