Shoulder impingement occurs when the acromion, the top outer edge of the shoulder blade, rubs against or pinches the rotator cuff beneath it. The causes of the impingement may include torn or swollen tendons which may result from overuse or repetitive activity of the shoulder. Inflammation to the bursae and insufficient flatness of the acromion are other significant causes leading to shoulder impingement.

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Adjustable Arm/Shoulder Sling Support for Fractured Arms Elbows Wrists and Pain Relief


360 Relief shoulder sling is designed to keep your arm suspended with or without a cast. Wearing a sling keeps your arm against your body and prevents you from moving your arm too much as you heal after injury.