Chronic shoulder pain refers to persistent or recurring discomfort in the shoulder joint that lasts for an extended period. It can stem from various underlying causes, such as previous injuries, degenerative conditions, or inflammatory disorders like osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. Individuals with chronic shoulder pain often experience constant or recurring pain, limited range of motion, muscle weakness, and difficulties with daily activities. Treatment approaches for chronic shoulder pain depend on the underlying cause and may include a combination of physical therapy, pain management techniques, medications, and in some cases, surgical intervention. The goal is to manage pain, improve function, and enhance the individual’s quality of life.