Impingement Syndrome

Impingement syndrome is a common pain producing condition that affects the shoulder. Injury to the rotator cuff (a sheath of tendons and ligaments supporting the arm at the shoulder) initiates an inflammatory response, however due to the unique structure of the shoulder, the bones surrounding the joint limit the amount of expansion that can take place. This causes compression within the shoulder itself, limiting blood flow and causing secondary damage to the tendons and bursa. If left untreated bursitis and tendon damage can continue to worsen resulting in partial or complete rotator cuff or bicep brachii tendon tears.

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