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Shoulder injuries resulting from accidents

Accidents can often result in Kentucky drivers like you suffering from mild to severe injury. Shoulder injuries in particular can be debilitating, and are one of the most common types of injury that come from accidents.

Shoulder injuries of any sort can severely alter your life due to the fact that you use your shoulders in so many daily activities. These injuries can be caused by many different things. Depending on the type of accident, there could be impact shoulder injuries, stress injuries, or damage caused by sharp objects. Tearing of the rotator cuffs, ligaments, tendons or muscles can also occur. This may make it difficult for you to use your full range of motion, which can limit your ability to do daily tasks or work efficiently. It may also limit your range of reach, due to the fact that you will not be able to extend your arm as far.

Likewise, you may suffer from a dislocated shoulder or shoulder instability. Both of these issues can also limit your range of movement and make it difficult for you to utilize your arms fully. Pinched nerves resulting from an accident can cause multiple problems such as painful sharp or tingling feelings, loss of sensation or even loss of mobility in some cases. Issues like these may require physical therapy in order for you to regain full mobility, which can be both expensive and time consuming.

People don’t usually stop to consider how often their shoulders are used and don’t realize how heavily they are relied on until their shoulders are damaged. To learn more about the possible shoulder injuries you may face after an accident, please visit our web page.

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