Brushing your hair. Getting dressed. Carrying groceries. Sleeping through the night. These are just a few basic activities that can be difficult without full use of your shoulder. Fortunately, there are many ways to treat shoulder pain.

While there are several important things to consider, keep in mind that both nonsurgical and surgical treatments are designed to help you get moving again.

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