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Shoulder joint also called glenohumeral joint is a ball and socket joint which is formed by humerus, scapula and clavicle. It is held in position by a covering of muscles which are attached to the bones by firm cords called tendons. The head of the humerus is shaped like a ball which fits into the shoulder blade and gives rise to a wide range of movements. The cavity where this ball is seated is called glenoid cavity and is much shallow as compared to that of the hip joint. Because of this reason it is the frequent site of dislocation.
The pain of the shoulder joint may be of many reasons because of the complexity of the joints and structures present. In some cases there will not be any underlying diseases present but it may be due to overuse of the joint.

Common causes of shoulder pain

Symptoms of Shoulder joint Injury
The symptoms include
• Weakness of the shoulder joint which include at times the entire hand
• Reduced movement
• Tingling sensation
• Burning sensation
• Pins and needle sensations
• Pain while moving shoulder joint

Shoulder Joint Pain Treatment

Shoulder joint pain treatment is based on the underlying cause. Most of the cases it is due to arthritis which is part of wear and tear of joints. But the first line of treatment is reducing the swelling or edema if present by anti inflammatory drugs and then treating the cause.
Ayurvedic treatment for shoulder joint pain also follows the same principle. We at Oman Ayurvedic Center provide both internal medications and external therapies along with the physiotherapy for ensuring better results.
Internal medications for shoulder joint pain treatment includes anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce swelling. This includes drugs like guduchi {Tinospora cordifolia} which has anti inflammatory properties




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What are the causes of shoulder joint pain?

The causes for shoulder joint pain can be Inflammatory due to bursitis, tendinitis, adhesive capsulitis etc Traumatic due to fracture, dislocation, ligament tear, tendon tear etc. Degenerative due to arthritis, overuse etc.

In Ayurveda shoulder joint pain is correlated to apabahuka, a disease which is due to the aggravation of vata dosha. The aggravated vata dosha gets localised in the

The cure for the shoulder joint pain completely relies on the underlying disease condition. The cause may vary from a simple wear and tear to a traumatic or surgical condition. So the complete cure of shoulder joint pain depends on the etiology.

Ayurvedic treatment aims at reducing the pain and inflammation and preserving all the movements of shoulder joint pain. Snehana{massage of the area with pain relieving oils}, Swedana{fomentation of the area to reduce stiffness and restoring movements}, Elakizhi{ to reduce the inflammation of the joint}, Njavara kizhi{ strengthening the joint}

Cold compression will reduce the inflammation of the joint thereby reducing pain. Again heat packs also give relief. Reducing activity and appropriate rest is another thing. Taking medications will also help.