HOW IT OCCURS
Some sort of traction injury to the suprascapular nerve resulting in pain in the shoulders, tear in tendon, excessive nerve deviation, or performing sports activities that require frequent overhead positioning of arms
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
Shoulder pain and weakness, atrophy (shrinkage) of upper shoulder muscles, heaviness of shoulder and arm, radiating pain to the neck, back or arm, discomfort in shoulder and upper back.
Physical therapy, rest from activities, see doctor for MRI and diagnosis, rotator cuff strengthening exercises, reeducate correct movements, subacromial injections or surgery