Subdeltoid Bursitis

Subdeltoid_bursitisSubdeltoid bursitis is the condition that results when the subdeltoid bursa becomes inflamed. The subdeltoid bursa is also commonly referred to as the Subacromial-Subdeltoid Bursa or SA-SD bursa and is actually the largest bursa in the body.

Subdeltoid bursitis occurs under the deltoid and is located under the AC joint (acromioclavicular) which extends down to the top of the humeral head. The role of the Subacromial-Subdeltoid Bursa is to protect and aid the rotator cuff tendons to move smoothly when the arm is rolled up and down.

Subdeltoid bursitis can occur due to an impact injury, repetitive strain, impingement resulting from bone spurs or congenital abnormalities of the acromion casing narrowing.

Common subdeltoid bursitis is simply referred to as shoulder bursitis.

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Disclaimer: The information on this page is intended for individuals who have been medically diagnosed with subdeltoid bursitis. If you suspect that you have subdeltoid bursitis then it is important to visit a qualified medical professional in order to rule out any other possible causes prior to considering any advice or treatment option.


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Hello Toky, Thanks Toky. Last lot sure made a difference.  I was able to not be awakened by an aching bursa during the night.  One night before; was so bad that I had to sit in a lounge chair and ice my shoulder regularly through the night Told the doctor about the patches and twice […]

- Al M, Southland, New Zealand

Eight years ago I had a work place accident and injured my left shoulder (bursitis and tendentious). After extensive physio & sports rehab the doctors advised me to get cortisone injections.  Not only was this a painful procedure, it didn’t work! I proceeded to have physio treatment off and on for the next 8 years, […]

- Belinda W, SA, Australia

Hi, Have been using the patches now for 6 days, just wanted to know how long to use them for. I imagined until the area no longer has any fluid on the patch, have had bursitis in shoulder for 5 weeks now, have had only a small relief so far, Cheers

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I have had terrible bursitis pain in my right shoulder since Christmas eve, 2017. Have been on various analgesics (on and off) since with varying degrees of success. I stumbled upon your product a few days ago and thought “What the heck, I’ll give it a go as nothing else has worked”. I’ve used the […]

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- Janet R, SA, Australia

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