Shoulder bursitis is a common cause of shoulder pain that is often related to rotator cuff injury and tendonitis. This condition is sometimes called shoulder impingement syndrome. Shoulder bursitis can occur as a result of the subacromial bursa being squashed or ‘impinged’ between the rotator cuff muscles and the bone, during repeated overhead shoulder movements.
Improving range of motion and removing tension and compressive forces acting over the affected area is important. Here at the clinic we also advice cold treatment and therapy also have Interferential which can speed the recovery process sending radio waves into the affected area. Which in most cases proves to be affective in bringing relief.