Re: Shoulder popping and occasional pain

Sounds like an impingement. First thing...stop lifting things over head. You are only causing more damage when you hear the crunching and have pain. Next, go to a doc, get a prescription for physical therapy. It depends on what state you live in, some states allow you to see a P.T. without a doctors script. Do yourself a favor before you have real trouble with your shoulder and get it looked at.

Posted By M Scott PT on November 03, 2007 at 23:50:25:

In Reply to: Shoulder popping and occasional pain posted by Jason W. Moore on October 23, 2007 at 10:36:48:

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