Shoulder Impingement Syndrome occurs when the subacromial space lesses due to misalignment, abnormal bone growths, thickening of the tendon, or swelling in the bursa.
How to Treat and Prevent Shoulder Impingement Syndrome
Shoulder Impingement Syndrome pinches the subacromial bursa and supraspinatus tendon within the subacromial space.
These exercises can be used in the rehabilitation of shoulder impingement syndromes. They include mobility and then strengthening exercises. It is important that full mobility is maintained or regained in the shoulder joint for rehabilitation to be successful. In addition, the athlete must also ...
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