Shoulder pain is most often a result of strain or exertion, and in mild cases should heal on its own. If you experience persistent or severe shoulder pain, or if the pain doesn't go away within a few days, check in with a healthcare professional at a nearby Carbon Health.
- Shoulder pain can be caused by a variety of factors, ranging from minor injuries to serious medical conditions. Some signs that shoulder pain may be serious and require medical attention include sudden or severe pain, pain that persists or worsens over time, or pain that is accompanied by other symptoms such as fever, chills, or difficulty breathing.
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