Tips to improve bursitis and tendinitis
The pendulum exercise to improve range of mobility in the shoulder joint.
Tip to Avoid Shoulder Pain at Night
There is nothing worse than not being able to get comfortable in bed, not being able to sleep as you are in pain and tossing and turning and trying to find a comfortable position.
Here is a tip for helping your shoulder so you can get to sleep:
Do some gentle stretches before bed. The pendulum exercise, in the video above, is a great one to start with.
I used to suffer from severe shoulder pain. You probably know what it’s like – stinging, nagging, sharp and sore, it is constantly on your mind throughout the day, and can keep you up all throughout the night, not letting you have a wink of sleep because it hurts too bad. After visiting the doctor, I was told I should rest, and take anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce swelling and numb my body to the pain. I thought that would work well, and for a few weeks it did. However, as soon as I stopped taking the drugs, the pain came right back. The shoulder pain came back because I hadn’t treated the cause and source of the pain. I’d just covered it up with pain blocking pills. If you don’t cure the cause of the pain, the pain (which is a symptom of the cause) will persist. Treating the source is absolutely essential to stopping shoulder pain. After much research, I discovered that physiotherapy is an excellent and effective treatment for shoulder pain. Unfortunately, I couldn’t afford a professional, since they can charge as much as $100 per hour, and pretty much every shoulder injury is going to require at least 5-10 hours of treatment over the course of a few weeks. So instead, I learned how to use physiotherapy myself. That might sound complicated, but it’s actually very easy. A few simple stretches and exercises at home. After putting them into practice for a few weeks, my shoulder pain had completely disappeared, and I could get back to normal life. So that’s my number one top tip, as a previous shoulder pain sufferer – learn about physiotherapy you can do on your own in your own home. It only takes a few minutes a day, doesn’t require any special equipment and is easy to do. And best of all, it’s very effective at treating shoulder pain.
Joe Brent first published at ezine articles
Acute Bursitis pain
If you are experiencing acute bursitis pain, you can get acute bursitis pain relief through a variety of methods. Applying an ice pack to the affected area is the most common because it is the easiest and most accessible way to achieve acute bursitis pain relief. The best way to do this is to apply the ice pack in rotating intervals to not irritate the skin. Ice acts as an anti-inflammatory and can be an ideal and cost-effective way to achieve bursitis pain relief. Apple Cider Vinegar is another way to achieve bursitis relief. You can soak a cloth in apple cider vinegar and apply it to the affected area or you can mix a couple tablespoons with a glass of water and drink it. Either way, it helps to reduce inflammation throughout the body and help relieve achieve acute bursitis pain relief. Deanna Mascle www.Isnare.com