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There's no reason why shoulder pain should stop you leading a normal life. In many cases it can be easily managed.

Shoulder pain is a normal part of life. However, it can prevent you from carrying out your usual day-to-day activities and can make you feel worried and frustrated.

The good news is that shoulder pain can be easily treated by you, at home. This website provides information, advice and resources from Sheffield clinicians to help you do this.