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Shoulder Impingement

So I think I might have impingement syndrome as my shoulder has been bothering me on and off for the last few weeks.

The discomfort is felt on my back by the shoulder blade and sometimes I think the discomfort goes up towards my traps.

Can anyone suggest a way to relieve this discomfort?

I have taken a week off thinking it would go away but to no avail.

Any advice or guidance would be much appreciated.

Thanks.

Dude,

For starters, use the SEARCH engine. There’s tons of helpful articles on this site — just do some leg work (or fingertip work, if you will).

There was just another thread about this 2 days ago. Granted, it was called something else:

http://www.T-Nation.com/readTopic.do?id=1269635

(tendonitis was mispelled too)

Look at the “Shoulder Savers” series of articles too, then come back to us in a few days if you still have questions.

[quote]simon-hecubus wrote:
Dude,

For starters, use the SEARCH engine. There’s tons of helpful articles on this site — just do some leg work (or fingertip work, if you will).

There was just another thread about this 2 days ago. Granted, it was called something else:

http://www.T-Nation.com/readTopic.do?id=1269635

(tendonitis was mispelled too)

Look at the “Shoulder Savers” series of articles too, then come back to us in a few days if you still have questions.
[/quote]

thanks

[quote]simon-hecubus wrote:
Dude,

For starters, use the SEARCH engine. There’s tons of helpful articles on this site — just do some leg work (or fingertip work, if you will).

There was just another thread about this 2 days ago. Granted, it was called something else:

http://www.T-Nation.com/readTopic.do?id=1269635

(tendonitis was mispelled too)

Look at the “Shoulder Savers” series of articles too, then come back to us in a few days if you still have questions.
[/quote]

you can spell tendinitis either way, it’s one of those words :wink:

Do have pain in your tendins?

No, it’s not one of those words :smiley:

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I have tindinitis in my pinis.

See if you can locate this book:

[quote]matt88 wrote:
I have tindinitis in my pinis.[/quote]

…which is better than a painus in your anis!

[quote]bushidobadboy wrote:
Tendonitis, or Tendonosis are the same thing I believe. Tendin-anything is wrong…

bushy[/quote]

Tendinitis and Tendonitis are both correct spellings…same thing, they are inflammations of the tendon.

Tendonosis is a degeneration of the tendon, and does not respond in the same manner as tendinitis. You can also have tenosinovitis which is an inflammation of the tendon sheath, although it occurs along with tendinitis and not on its own.