Dr. Walter G. Stanwood: It’s important to come in and get evaluated at the first sign of shoulder pain. What we can do, we bring you into the office, I evaluate you, I get your history, we do a good physical exam, we get comprehensive x-rays around the shoulder, and then we have a discussion. Oftentimes, there’s pain around the shoulder that can be lived with, you can tolerate it. It really becomes a discussion about quality of life and what your goals, your priorities are in terms of activities, life, work. Sometimes, it’s more serious, and we’ll be able to tell that even just from the physical exam at times. Sometimes we do need to get elevated radiology diagnostics in the form of MRI or CTs. But at least coming in, I think it gives you a peace of mind. Sure, there are some forms of shoulder pain that are intermittent and chronic, don’t affect your quality of life or maybe you take just a little Advil or a Motrin time to time. But come in, get it evaluated, and then you can move on.