The arm pain may be due to multiple factors. Some causes are simple and easy to treat, while others are more serious. Most pains like those due to fractures or muscle tension, are directly related to the arm, but there may be indirect causes, such as heartburn.
Fractures cause pain in the arm and require some treatment. Are due to some trauma or fracture a bone breaks. Other symptoms are swelling and localized bleeding if the skin gets to break. If the nerves are damaged by the fracture, numbness and paralysis may occur, so you need medical treatment for pain. Continue reading “Causes of arm pain”
There are many injuries that may occur in the shoulder joint. The shoulder is a complex joint that allows movement in different directions. You use your shoulder and arms constantly throughout the day cleaning, lifting and to get around generally . There are also many sports and hobbies that require a lot of left shoulder movement. Depending on the injury you suffer, it is possible that certain movements can be painful to raise my arm.
The shoulder has three bones: the scapula, clavicle and humerus. The top of the humerus bone fits into a cavity in the shoulder. This socket is called the glenoid. Ligaments connect bones to bones and shoulder tendons connect the bones of the shoulder to shoulder muscles. Also located in the shoulder rotator cuff. This is a group of muscles and tendons that form a sleeve or glove around the front, back and top of the shoulder to help stabilize the joint. As these muscles contract, they pull on the tendons of the rotator cuff, which allows the shoulder to rotate upward, inward or outward. Continue reading “What can cause pain in the left shoulder to raise the arm?”
Piriformis syndrome occurs when the piriformis muscle, a small muscle on your part later , putting pressure on the sciatic nerve. Riding a bicycle of any kind can aggravate the condition. To treat piriformis syndrome, it is necessary to understand the function of the piriformis muscle. At no time self-medication should replace the care of a medical expert.
Your piriformis is a small muscle located under your gluteus maximus, the large muscle of your butt. The piriformis is a flat muscle that helps to rotate the leg and turn the foot outward. If you move your toes or walk out to the side, you are using your piriformis. Your piriformis is active in many sports that require agility , like dancing and swimming where you use frog kick style. Continue reading “Bicycling is a good exercise for piriformis syndrome?”