Re: should my shoulder?

The popping you here could be nothing more than a tendon that is slipping off of it's attachment. The biceps tendon is a common one. Or you could have a problem with one of the stabilizing muscles of the shoulder, the subscapularis is the main stabilizer of the shoulder. You need to be evaluated by a chiropractor who specializes in orthopedics and/or sports injuries.

Posted By DrDave on September 09, 2007 at 18:59:42:

In Reply to: should my shoulder? posted by matthew brockhum on September 05, 2007 at 12:55:02:

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