Woman With Neck Pain

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“Snap, crackle, pop” is something you want to hear from your breakfast, not your shoulders. But joints can be fickle, none less than the shoulders, which are the most mobile in the body.

But how to know whether the shoulder popping, clicking, cracking, and crunching experienced during exercise and regular daily movement is cause for concern or just common body clamor?

If there’s pain involved, your first stop is a medical professional. Even in the absence of pain, a chat with your doc is a good idea to help head off any potential problems down the road. Read on for more on the common causes of shoulder clicking.

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Orthopaedic surgeon Alan M. Reznik, MD, MBA weighs in.

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