Shockwave therapy for calcific shoulder tendonitis

Shockwave therapy for calcific shoulder tendonitis

Limited movement from calcific shoulder tendonitis can be incredibly painful, especially early in the morning. 

 

Calcific shoulder tendonitis is caused by a small build up of calcium deposite about 1-2 centimetres within the tendon of the rotator cuff, usually found in 30-40 year olds and occur most in diabetic patients. Shockwave therapy for calcific shoulder tendonitis is a form of therapy which has begun to show some promising results in managing difficult to treat shoulder calcium deposits quickly and effectively.

 

This article examines calcific shoulder tendonitis and will help create a better understanding of the condition and some different ways of managing it to experience a pain free life.