Crepitus is the medical term for a granulating, squeaking, or grinding sound or vibe that happens while moving a joint. One of the common places where crepitus can occur is the shoulder joint and is known as shoulder crepitus. More often than not, the reason for crepitus can be anticipated by a man's age. If the people are younger than 30, odds are that their shoulder clicking sounds are the after-effect of dreary utilize or past damage that has prompt releasing of the shoulder ligaments. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment and exercises for shoulder crepitus.
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