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Assess Your Shoulder Pain
Your shoulder has a greater range of motion than any other joint in your body. In a healthy shoulder, you should be able to move your arm 180 degrees forward and up, 150 degrees to the side and up, and rotate your arm 90 degrees—without pain. If your movement is limited or causes pain, you could benefit from an orthopedic assessment.
How much does shoulder pain affect your daily life?
Take our online assessment to evaluate your shoulder pain and see what treatment options are available.