What’s Causing Shoulder Pain?

Even if you have a labral tear, pain probably has another cause.


Between golf swings and pickle­ball serves, it’s not surprising that shoulder injuries are a common complaint in people 65 and older. One part of your shoulder that’s especially prone to injury is the labrum—a ring of cartilage that surrounds the shoulder joint and helps stabilize it.

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