Separated Shoulder - Bronson Healthcare

Separated Shoulder

A separated shoulder is caused from a stretch or tear that occurs in one of the ligaments that connects the collarbone to the shoulder blade. A separated shoulder can cause pain, arm weakness, bruising or swelling, and limited movement.

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