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Rotator Cuff Symptoms

Common Causes of Shoulder Pain

  • Rotator Cuff Tear (any of the muscles and/or tendons)
  • Rotator Cuff Tendinitis, Tendinosis or Tendinopathy
  • Labral/Labrum Tear
  • Bursitis (Little sacs that put cushion between tendons)
  • Ligament strain (of joint capsule)

Shoulder Ligaments, Tendons and Pain Relief

 To understand how to heal from shoulder pain, it’s first important to know what is generating the pain. It is often necessary to get a medical professional’s diagnosis to learn this. To know your specific healing needs, there are three main structures to consider.

  1. Ligaments
  2. Tendons
  3. Muscle

One or more of these is what drives the majority of shoulder pain.

When the rotator cuff and shoulder joint get stretched beyond their healthy range of motion, it creates tears (sometimes large, sometimes micro) in the muscles and/or tendons. This “overstretching” can also strain the tendons and ligaments. Tendons and ligaments have a lot of nerves and can cause A LOT of pain.

There are many ways to support healing and pain reduction from these kinds of injuries. Some are good candidates for at-home treatment. Others need a higher level of intervention.

For at-home treatment of shoulder pain and shoulder injury recovery, ActivMend is a powerhouse to have on hand. Designed to not only decrease pain but stimulate the healing mechanisms of the body over a 5-day period. ActivMend healing gel patches will speed up your recovery, reducing overall recovery time.

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