Bursitis Shoulder Treatment
Bursitis in the shoulder is normally very painful and can have profound effects on work, sports, exercise and sleep. Most treatments involve anti-inflammatory medication, painful steroid injections or even draining fluid with a syringe from the affected area.
The OSMO Patch combined with adequate rest now provides an intelligent and natural way to support the reduction in swelling, inflammation and the associated pain!
To learn more about shoulder bursitis, such as what is shoulder bursitis, the symptoms and causes of shoulder bursitis as well as how the OSMO Patch can be used to help reduce the swelling and associated shoulder pain due to shoulder bursitis, then please continue reading below…
What is Shoulder Bursitis?
Bursitis shoulder pain will sometime be called a rotator cuff injury however this is a general term that also includes shoulder tendonitis pain.
More specifically bursitis in the shoulder is the inflammation of a small fluid filled sac known as a bursa. There are many bursa sacs throughout the body and their role is to act as small lubricated cushions between bones, muscles and other body tissues. This allows low friction and resistance during movement of the joints. There are two main bursa sacs in the shoulder that are responsible for bursitis shoulder pain and they are;
Shoulder bursitis pain should not be left untreated as it may become chronic which could then lead to scar tissue formation and further irritation and shoulder pain.
Shoulder Bursitis causes?
Within the complex shoulder joint there is a network of muscles, bones, tendons and other tissues that move together to allow for all the integrate movements of the shoulder. Normally these all move fairly effortlessly thanks to the small bursa sacs within the shoulder joint space that protects them. However the following can cause injury, inflammation and impingement within the shoulder and they would be considered the main causes of shoulder bursitis;
- A sudden impact
- Repetitive strain
- Wear and tear
- Underlying inflammatory condition (such as osteoarthritis)
What are the symptoms of Shoulder bursitis?
Signs and symptoms of shoulder bursitis can include;
- Shoulder pain while lying in bed,
- Pain in the shoulder when raising the arm,
- Localized swelling and tenderness
- Severe shoulder pain when lifting heavy objects, and
- Even shoulder pain at rest.
Shoulder bursitis can be felt as either right shoulder pain or left shoulder pain. As more people are right handed then left it is not unusual to expect right shoulder pain to be more prevalent then left shoulder pain.
A proper diagnosis from a qualified health care professional is also important to rule out other causes of shoulder pain. This may require an X-ray and/or MRI.
What are the options for shoulder bursitis treatment?
Shoulder bursitis may be simply treated with ice, immobilization and rest within the first 24-48 hrs of receiving a shoulder injury or when shoulder pain is first noticed. This will reduce the amount of swelling and help expedite the recovery time. Unfortunately this often is not sufficient to fully resolve shoulder bursitis.
Assuming the doctor has ruled out infection then they will normally recommend shoulder bursitis treatment with either; anti-inflammatory medication, injection with cortisone steroid or aspiration of excess fluid using a syringe (which can be extremely painful).
Unfortunately for many people these treatments for shoulder bursitis will just not be an option. This can possibly be for several reasons… including;
- Some people may have already tried one or more of these treatments with little to no benefit.
- Some individuals may not be able suitable for these types of shoulder bursitis treatments due to age or a pre-existing medical condition.
Furthermore, such procedures can be painful and will be seen as invasive by many individuals that are currently suffering from shoulder bursitis pain. Alternatively some people may simply prefer to first investigate what natural bursitis shoulder treatments are available when dealing with their health.
The past decade has seen very little changes or advancements to shoulder bursitis treatments.
Fortunately, the OSMO Patch now offers a new and Intelligent Natural approach!
The OSMO Patch is especially designed to draw fluid from the body and reduce swelling & associated pain in conditions such as Shoulder bursitis. The OSMO Patch in combination with rest is in fact ideal for reducing the swelling and shoulder pain associated with a bursitis in the shoulder.
Simply stick the OSMO Patch over the affected shoulder area prior to going to sleep where they can then go to work removing fluid and stimulating blood flow continually throughout the night while you sleep. Then when you wake up in the morning the used patch is removed and simply discarded.
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The OSMO Patch together with adequate rest now provides a natural complementary way to support the relief of inflammation and pain associated with shoulder bursitis. What’s more the OSMO Patches are:
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