> Labral tear The Labrum of the shoulder is a collection of tough ligament like tissue, which is there to stop the shoulder from dislocation, whilst along for a large range of motion. In other words the shoulder labrum is the socket at the top that wraps around the top of the humerus bone.
Shoulder labral tears are usually seen in those who used to do a lot of overhead sports such as tennis or gymnastics and at some stage they damaged the deep structures of their shoulder in the end of range of motion. This leaves them with a shoulder that clicks a lot and can swell up if a lot of overhead work is done.
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