Is a tendonitis shoulder injury causing you unbearable pain and affecting your sleep, work, or lifestyle?
Then the OSMO Patch may be the answer that you’re looking for…
Watch the Video on the left to learn exactly how the OSMO Patch works and discover how it may be used together with proper rest to support the relief of inflammation and the associated pain in conditions such as shoulder tendonitis.
To learn more about tendonitis in the shoulder, such as what is shoulder tendonitis, what are the symptoms and causes of shoulder tendonitis and how the OSMO Patch may be used to help reduce the associated shoulder pain due to tendonitis in the shoulder then please continue reading below…
Used in combination with proper rest the OSMO Patch provides effective support for the relief from pain and inflammation and pain associated with shoulder tendonitis; What’s more the OSMO Patch;
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The OSMO Patch is designed to naturally reduce the swelling and pain associated with shoulder tendonitis. Using the OSMO Patch could be the key decision that allows you to move towards becoming shoulder pain free and taking back control of your health TODAY!
Let’s first begin by getting a better understanding of the condition known as a shoulder tendonitis.
What is a Shoulder Tendonitis?
A common cause of shoulder pain and stiffness is from the swelling and inflammation due to the condition shoulder tendonitis. Stability of the shoulder joint is maintained by a group of muscles and their tendons called the rotator cuff and bicipital tendon. Injury to either the rotator cuff tendon or the bicipital tendon can result in inflammation and irritation leading to the conditions ‘rotator cuff tendonitis’ or ‘bicipital tendonitis’.
Together with shoulder tendonitis another common cause of shoulder pain is from the inflammatory condition shoulder bursitis. Frequently shoulder pain is a result of the combination of both these conditions coinciding at the same time and this is also referred to as ‘impingement syndrome.’
Causes of shoulder tendonitis?
Although anyone can develop tendonitis in the shoulder it is more frequently observed in people that compete or participate in physical sports or activities such as, tennis, golf, baseball, weight lifting and swimmers for example.
The most common cause of shoulder tendonitis includes; sports injuries, sudden impact injury, repetitive strain or stress as well as wear and tear from aging.
What are the signs & symptoms of shoulder tendonitis?
Common symptoms of shoulder tendonitis include:
- Pain when reaching up.
- Pain when lifting weight.
- Pain at night whilst sleeping.
- Pain felt over the top and outer side of the shoulder
Whilst diagnosis will often be made by physical exam, it is important to be examined by a professional to rule out other conditions that may cause similar shoulder pain. Usually X-rays or MRI can be used to rule out bone injuries and rotator cuff tears.
Finally we need to consider… how is a shoulder tendonitis treated?
In the first 24-48 hrs any signs or indications of tendonitis in the shoulder can be treated by rest and icing the shoulder. This will hopefully reduce the amount of inflammation and swelling to the area. Immobilising the shoulder with a brace can help reduce unnecessary movement.
After 48 hrs icing the area will have diminished benefit and if pain still persists then it would be recommended that a proper trained health specialist was seen to ensure the correct diagnosis of shoulder tendonitis.
Assuming that tendonitis in the shoulder was then confirmed your doctor would normally suggest resting the shoulder together with a combination of one or more of the following;
- Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
- An injection into the shoulder with a Cortisone (Steroidal anti-inflammatory drug)
Some individuals will respond very well to these treatments whereas for many other people the above mentioned treatments for shoulder tendonitis will just not be an option.
This may be for several reasons… including;
- Having already tried these treatments with little to no benefit.
- Such medications may not be appropriate due to age or a pre-existing medical condition.
- Cortisone injections can be painful and are seen as invasive by many individuals.
- Some people may simply prefer to use a natural shoulder tendonitis treatment when dealing with their shoulder pain.
The OSMO Patch now offers an Intelligent 100% Natural approach to supporting the recovery of tendonitis shoulder pain!
The OSMO Patch is especially designed to draw fluid from the body and reduce swelling and associated pain in such conditions. In fact the OSMO Patch is ideal for reducing the swelling and pain associated with shoulder tendonitis when used properly in combination with sufficiently resting the joint.
The OSMO Patch is so easy to use; simply apply the OSMO Patch over the affected area just before going to sleep. The OSMO Patch can then go to work throughout the night removing fluid and stimulating blood flow while you sleep. Then when you awake in the morning just remove the used patch and discard.
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The OSMO Patch used in combination with proper rest now provides individuals suffering from tendonitis in the shoulder with a simple, effective and natural way to support the relief from the inflammation and shoulder pain associated with tendonitis. What’s more the OSMO Patches are:
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So if you are ready for a natural & effective approach to supporting the relief of inflammation and pain caused by shoulder tendonitis then the OSMO Patch is the Answer!
Disclaimer: The information on this page is intended for individuals who have been medically diagnosed with shoulder tendonitis. If you suspect that you have tendonitis in the shoulder 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.