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crackling shoulder

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I have been having some crackling sounds coming from my shoulder when working out. I'm growing increasingly afraid of a Rotator cuff Tear and pain of bouncing back from something like that. I cringe every time I hear my shoulder snapping or popping during a movement. I can imagine all of the tendons around the rotator cuff getting weaker with each tear. Are my really in danger here guys?
 
That sounds like it can and will get worse, you need to watch your lifting form and technique when you lift. Rotator cuff injuries are not easy to recover from.
 
I have been having some crackling sounds coming from my shoulder when working out. I'm growing increasingly afraid of a Rotator cuff Tear and pain of bouncing back from something like that. I cringe every time I hear my shoulder snapping or popping during a movement. I can imagine all of the tendons around the rotator cuff getting weaker with each tear. Are my really in danger here guys?

Have you ever Fallen on that Shoulder ?
Also, have you gotten an X-ray ?

I have a similar Noise in my Right Shoulder.
It's a Bone Spur on the Acromion Process, and my Shoulder makes all these Cracking Noises.
Other than the Noise and a Slight Reduction in Backward Rotation it's fine.................................. JP
P.S.
I'm putting up a Picture so you can see.


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it can be calcium deposits too that form little jagged edges on the humorous. When i used to do bench all the time my shoulder would crack and grind. You have to make sure to warm up properly and get good rotator cuff exercises in to keep the bone smooth. rotator cuff exercises consists of 3 angles. Google them up and do the exercises 1-2x a week. takes 5min to do all 3 for 3 sets of 10-12 continuous
 
I have been having some crackling sounds coming from my shoulder when working out. I'm growing increasingly afraid of a Rotator cuff Tear and pain of bouncing back from something like that. I cringe every time I hear my shoulder snapping or popping during a movement. I can imagine all of the tendons around the rotator cuff getting weaker with each tear. Are my really in danger here guys?

You need to go see a sports specialist, get X-rays done and get it properly checked out. DONT try to self diagnose this yourself. Get it properly examined by a professional.

As for supplements, stack together 5 capsules n2joint rx per day + 25mg ostarine per day + 3-6g of a high quality fish oil per day. That is pretty much the best supplement stack you can put together for overall joint health and mobility.
http://needtobuildmuscle.com/store/Health-And-Wellness/N2Joint-RX-p319.html
 
You need to go see a sports specialist, get X-rays done and get it properly checked out. DONT try to self diagnose this yourself. Get it properly examined by a professional.

As for supplements, stack together 5 capsules n2joint rx per day + 25mg ostarine per day + 3-6g of a high quality fish oil per day. That is pretty much the best supplement stack you can put together for overall joint health and mobility.
http://needtobuildmuscle.com/store/Health-And-Wellness/N2Joint-RX-p319.html

This stack is pretty amazing. I have been having some persistent problems with my elbows for years, and nothing would help me. But then I tried this stack, and it got my elbows as new really fast. Now they feel great, and I am not afraid of getting them hurt again. Therefore, you will get some really good improvements with your shoulders when running these two compounds. However, it would still be a good idea to visit a doc, just to be sure about what is happening. You should always be aware of what is happening before doing anything.
 
I've been thinking about this for awhile.

I forgot to mention that Osteoarthritis will also make your Joints go "Snap-Crackle-Pop".

So get an X-ray and an Examination by your Doctor, this way you'll know for sure........................... JP


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In the mean time, Omega 3's in the form of Liquid Fish Oil and Whole Flax Seed (grind before use), will be helpful.
Also a few others like MSM/Glucosamine/Chondroitin/Hyaluronic Acid/Cissus Quadrangularis can also help.
 
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I'd do some band work type stretches to work all the little muscles tendons and ligaments, but very lightly while incorporating a stretch. If not see a professional
 
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