Shoulder Pain Bursitis Homeopathy Treatment Medicines

 



Shoulder pain is a quite common medical condition which involves mainly muscles, bones, tendons, nerves and ligaments. Shoulder joint is one of the most delicate joint of our body which is very much susceptible to external impressions and forms by the articulation between humerus, scapula and clavicle. Shoulder pain can radiate to other parts like arm, fingers and also can come from other parts as a referred pain in certain medical conditions.

"Itis" means inflammation usually as a result of trauma (such as a tendon strain) or infection. However inflammation can also occur from nutritional problems as well as local muscle and joint dysfunctions, and I'd say that this is much more common than actual trauma and infection. Think about how often a runner develops an injury to their foot or knee that suddenly creeps up on them and their physician diagnoses it as tendonitis. Or a tennis player or swimmer notices some shoulder pain that gets worse and worse and is eventually told they have bursitis. Although the suffix "itis" typically denotes a more acute problem, rather than one that has been occurring for a long time (chronic), many people are told they have some injury with inflammation months or years after it first appeared. A lot of people have chronic inflammation throughout their body that is affecting their life each and every day - resulting in symptoms such as fatigue, body aches, and accelerated ageing. Different types of inflammation sometime require different treatment even though they often accompany one another when an injury strikes.

You have hundreds of bursa all over your body which can be thought of as little bags of oil that help reduce friction between two joints moving in opposite directions as well as where muscles & tendons slide over bone. Bursitis, or inflammation of a bursa, is often described as "hot & stabbing" pain, and has some degree of swelling. Bursitis can be caused by a local injury to a joint, such as the elbow or knee, as well as improper repetitive motion between muscles. For example, if your biceps muscle is not functioning properly (there is some muscle "weakness"- inhibition) then your triceps will work harder due to the opposing muscle inhibition of the biceps. This muscle imbalance will cause stress on the elbow and shoulder joints. If the bursa in the elbow were to become inflamed due to the chronic joint and muscular imbalances, you would have a diagnosis of olecranon bursitis. Trochanteric bursitis in the hip is also a very common spot for bursa problems.

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