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Shoulder Impingement

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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Shoulder impingement may result in pain in the arm and shoulder while moving or lifting weight, and you may also feel weakness and stiffness. Impingement symptoms may develop gradually over weeks to months. Sports that require using your shoulders for overhead motions and occupations that require lots of heavy lifting or arm movements are significant factors contributing to shoulder impingement.
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360 Shoulder Brace provides support and stabilizes the shoulder for pain relief. Helps tendonitis, rotator cuff, frozen shoulder, dislocated, torn muscles or ligaments, etc.

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Your GP will diagnose the symptoms by asking about the previous injuries and your exercise habits. He will also move your shoulder in several ways to determine the range of motion and the severity of the condition. In some cases, you may also require x-rays or MRIs to rule out arthritis or any changes in the bones.

Mild symptoms of shoulder impingement may improve through medications, physical therapy, and self-care strategies. The best self-care strategies may include rest, ice massage, and immobilizing the affected areas. A physical therapist will guide you to perform some gentle exercises. However, non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs, NSAIDs, help reduce shoulder pain and swelling.

If medications and other self-care strategies do not seem to work, you may need surgery (subacromial decompression) to provide more space around your rotator cuff. Usually, shoulder impingement takes about 3 to 6 weeks to heal completely. However, more complex cases can take up to a year to heal. You can resume your normal activities within 2 to 4 weeks.

Athletes who need to perform overhead throwing motions should use a safe throwing method to prevent injury. They must learn the proper technique from their coaches or trainers. Besides this, balancing your muscle training and maintaining a good posture may help prevent shoulder impingement.

Shoulder braces help compress the shoulder joints to reduce inflammation. They also improve shoulder stability to promote the healing process. At 360 relief, we provide you with the best shoulder supports to help with shoulder impingement.

What Is Shoulder Impingement?

Shoulder impingement is a common reason for shoulder pain. It occurs when the tendons inside the shoulder rub or catch against the acromion (roof of the shoulder). It usually happens when the tendon tears due to overuse from a repetitive activity of the shoulder.

What Happens If A Shoulder Impingement Is Left Untreated?

It would be best if you did not leave the shoulder impingement untreated. In doing so, the syndrome will lead to tendon inflammation or more chronic instability.

Does Shoulder Impingement Pain Hurt All The Time?

Usually, shoulder impingement pain is felt on the tip of the shoulder and when the arm is twisted in specific directions or lifted overhead. Although, in severe conditions, the pain will be present all the time.

How Can I Sleep Comfortably With Shoulder Impingement?

The best and the recommended position is to sleep on your back. While sleeping on your back, you exert little to no pressure on your back, neck, and shoulder. So, this position allows you to have a pain-free sleep at night.

What Is The Best Exercise For Shoulder Impingement?

The recommended exercise for shoulder impingement is to squeeze the shoulder blades together and hold them for 10 seconds. Repeat this exercise a few times a day.

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Our 360 Relief Posture Corrector promotes less slouching with proper alignment of your neck, shoulders, and back. Great for office workers, walking or running.

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