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    A shoulder pain may also be a referred pain, meaning that the cause of pain occurs at a site other than the shoulder. The bones and cartilage of the knee are often the main areas affected when a patient experiences knee pain. The muscles and ligaments can also sometimes be involved.
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    painster, one of the issues we have with CP is being able to find the site of the cause of our pain since pain can be referred. One of the big reasons I get deep muscle massages is to relief the muscles and tendons so that I know what is refer pain and where the pain is coming from.
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