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When experiencing shoulder pain, we recommend using the BioTorus LT-100. Used over a period of time, many people who have used BioTorus LT-100 for shoulder pain have reported it reduced their pain, often after the very first use, reduced swelling and shorter recovery.
Shoulder pain symptoms
The typical symptoms of shoulder pain include pain and stiffness of the shoulder joints. This shoulder pain gets worse in cold and wet weather and under load. Lifting with the joint may be very painful. Swelling, damage, or bone changes around the rotator cuff can cause shoulder pain.
Frozen shoulder and rotator cuff disorders are most common in middle-aged and older people. Shoulder instability and joint disorders tend to affect younger people, particularly men who play sports that involve repetitive shoulder movements, such as overarm bowling or throwing or contact sports such as football or rugby, where you may injure or fall on your shoulder.
You’re more likely to have problems with your shoulder as you grow older. It is especially common after age 60. This is because the soft tissues surrounding the shoulder tend to degenerate with age.
What causes shoulder pain?
A number of factors and conditions can contribute to shoulder pain. The most common cause is rotator cuff tendinitis. This is a condition characterized by inflamed tendons.
Sometimes shoulder pain is the result of injury to another location in your body, usually the neck or bicep. This is known as referred pain. Referred pain generally doesn’t get worse when you move your shoulder.
Other causes of shoulder pain include several forms of arthritis or torn cartilage. The symptoms of osteoarthritis vary from person to person. Some people may have mild pain, swelling or stiffness and loss of flexibility and range of motion. Pain often comes in waves with arthrosis. This means that after a longer rest the first movements are painful and only get better after several movements. This is how arthrosis differs from other inflammatory diseases which are usually distinguished by morning pain.
Pinching a nerve in the neck or shoulder, or breaking a shoulder or arm bone are also causes of pain.
A frozen shoulder is when tendons, ligaments, and muscles stiffen and become difficult or impossible to move.
Treating shoulder pain
In many cases, you can treat shoulder pain at home. However, physical therapy, medications, or surgery may also be necessary. You can use ice packs to reduce inflammation and relieve pain. Magnetic field therapy devices can also reduce inflammation and relieve pain.
Avoiding activities that may aggravate your symptoms will also help. Depending on the cause of your shoulder pain, you may need further treatment, such as physiotherapy or surgery in some cases. In most cases, shoulder disorders improve over time if treatment advice is followed.
The good news about shoulder pain
If you have shoulder pain, whatever the root cause, the use of the BioTorus 100 can help:
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