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This is a pinching of tendons and or bursa sacs underneath the bones that make up the shoulder. The pinching and the pain occurs as the arm is raised. The condition can be mild to very severe and it can result in a tearing of the tendon(s). People who use their arms over their head a lot are prone to this problem. Athletes are as well.
How we Treat Impingement Syndrome
Impingement syndrome is treated by remedying the cause of the pinching and treating the pain. Exercises that strengthen the rotator cuff muscles and Chiropractic adjustments help in the alignment of your shoulder and thus remove the cause of the pinching. Techniques like ultrasound, muscle stimulation and nutrition reduce the inflammation and pain.