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Acromioclavicular Shoulder Joint Pain

USC Orthopaedic Surgery / Conditions / Acromioclavicular Shoulder Joint Pain

This common but hard-to-diagnose condition occurs in the small acromioclavicular (AC) joint at the top of the shoulder. AC joint pain is usually caused by stress or strain of the joint or by arthritis.

What are the signs and symptoms of acromioclavicular shoulder joint pain?

  • Chronic dull pain
  • Inflammation and swelling

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