The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, hence the most unstable.
In the absence of trauma specifically to the shoulder joint itself, shoulder and arm pain often emanate from the neck. There is a system of nerves called the Brachial Plexus which supply both sensory and motor functions in the shoulder and arm. (1) These nerves originate in the neck and can be affected by bad posture or muscle spasm. When trauma is involved, displacement of the shoulder, elbow, or wrist can affect the axillary, median, or radial nerves. Dr. Camp has received specific training in diagnostic and treatment techniques that will quickly alleviate these symptoms.