My left shoulder has had slight shoulder pain for 2 weeks now. I mainly feel this pain when I play basketball or swing my arm in a tennis like motion. I do train in the gym but I have had a break but the slight pain is still there. I recently had a gym session and I am able to do all my exercises without any problems and it doesn’t seem to get worse. Should I see a doctor or just wait it out, or continue working out?
don’t do any formal exercise for a week and if it still hurts then consult a doctor.
but i think it’s because of the intensity workouts you do at the gym therefore your muscle is worn out.
try drinking more milk and proteins in that week of recovery
shoulder pain:Should I stop working out with slight pain in my left shoulder?
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A dislocated shoulder occurs when the humerus separates from the scapula at the glenohumeral joint. The shoulder joint has the greatest range of motion of any joint in the body and as a result is particularly susceptible to dislocation – Wikipedia
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