Identifying the source of chronic pain, and providing the correct therapy, can be a challenge. Sometimes pain sends signals to the brain so you'll quickly stop pushing too far and causing much more serious damage.
Poor shoulder function and shoulder joint mobility problems can be caused by a variety of dysfunctions, including impingement syndrome and pain issues related to misalignment, overuse, and rotator cuff tears.
Many people complain that they feel an ache from the tops of their shoulders up into their neck. Shoulder muscles that shorten and become too tight or strong can cause spasms, cramps, and ache on a regular basis.
The pelvis is the keystone of the body and is the base for all movement and support for the upper body. The tilt of your pelvis in any direction beyond where it should be will have a strong reaction throughout the entire body.