Not a long-lasting, severe ache may move further to other parts of the body. People mostly think that a harsh pain is typical only for the shoulders closer to the head, where the joints are located. However, this pain may spread to other parts of the body. Of course, both sides of the shoulders suffer more than any other parts of the body.
When the person goes to swim, jump, run, or play any kinds of sports games that require the active participation of the arms, he or she may feel the consequence of the rotator cuff disease. The ache may cover the entire upper extremities.