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Shoulder Clicking

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Over the past few weeks ive developed a click in my shoulder, i feel it mainly when i lift my arm up and when it rotates its not painful but its a bit uncomfortable. i should point out it does this when im not lifting any weights.it feels like the muscle isnt moving over the joint well/ or moving over other bits of muscle well, and there are a few little clicks before i get the big one too.its only in one shoulder too.should i go and see a phyiso? its it the early stage of a bigger problem? or is it bad form in some exercise which has caused some odd growth of muscle/safe

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is it painful? do you warm up well before lifting? is your lifting form right?sometimes its nothing serious, and a good massage will help. if you can, make the massages regular. if it doesnt help then yea probably get physio looked at

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got the exact same thingalways had it since the first time i did shoulder press with heavy weights
/Don't really cause any problems though, it's only in my left shoulder.

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is it painful? do you warm up well before lifting? is your lifting form right?sometimes its nothing serious, and a good massage will help. if you can, make the massages regular. if it doesnt help then yea probably get physio looked at
nah it doesnt hurt and i always warm up and down. iv got a friend doing a phd in sports injuries so ill see if they know anything about it

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Rotator cuffs 100%, got the same problem from behind the neck should press!
ahh, i do these too, so just lay off this and its shud clear up? im gonna google some stuff and see if i can see whats up

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yes mate, i do shoulder press behind the neck and occasionally lat pull behind the neck, and my rotator cuffs click and hurt like hell. even reducing the weight will help with the clicking

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