Frozen shoulder is not an isolated disease, but a limitation of the active and passive range of motion of the shoulder joints, with no other identified cause. In other words, the shoulder joint is stiffened with the pain of the shoulder, which means that the movement is restricted.
Rotator cuff tear is a disease in which tendon degeneration changes, injuries cause shoulders, tendons are broken, pain is weak, and the force of movement of arms is weakened.
Posterior? (SLAP lesion)
The SLAP lesion is a lesion that starts at the posterior part of the upper joint and then ruptures to the anterior part of the ankle joint and the incisor, including the upper arm bifurcation arising from the joint and the spine.
Shoulder instability is a state in which the shoulder is repeatedly removed due to damage to joints, ligaments, ligaments, and joints that stabilize the shoulder after the shoulder has once been removed.
Multidirectional instability refers to the instability of the shoulder in various directions, In the past, it was thought to be irrelevant to the trauma, but recently it has been known to be caused by minor repetitive trauma or severe trauma.