Shoulder pain can result from irritation or overload of local structures, along with referral from the cervical and thoracic spine. Occasionally though, you will have shoulder pain patients with a different source and pattern of symptoms, and you have to hunt for another diagnosis. This case study will put you in the detective hotseat, like Sherlock Holmes, uncovering the mystery of a lesser known cause of shoulder pain. Will you solve the mystery and uncover the diagnosis?
Nick Kendrick, an APA Titled Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist, will help you explore subjective questioning with likely diagnoses, objective assessment and clinical reasoning, through to imaging and treatment pathways for a patient with an “irregular case of shoulder pain”.
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