Yes. Time, diligence and following advise of your pt and md.
See the link. This is a high-quality website and the link will provide you with shoulder rehab exercises. Http://orthoinfo. Aaos. Org/topic. Cfm? Topic=A00663 Do not do any that create an increase in pain. I like icing for pain relief, 20 minutes at a time, especially after rehab exercises, and heat (if helpful) prior to rehab exercises. If I can help, then join my care team at www. Healthtap. Com/dr-clarkeholmes.
Home rehab. A simple home rehabilitation program can be used to treat and prevent shoulder problems such as bursitis tendonitis and impingement syndrome. A combination of commercially available therabands and pulleys are all that is needed to do the exercises.
Strengthen. Strengthen the rotator cuff muscles is the best way to prevent tendonitis.
Avoid overuse injury. Most cases of tendonitis of the shoulder involve either the rotator cuff tendons and/or the biceps tendon. Tendinitis occurs when the tendon in question becomes chronically overloaded. This invokes a local injury response that results in inflammation ("-itis") and the symptom of pain. Good conditioning for endurance and strength and adequate rest between exercise sessions helps prevent tendinitis.
Ice. Ice after workout, rotator cuff exercises, nsaids.
Different. There are different ones that can be used. They are aimed, however, at restoring the range of motion and reducing the amount of pain. Check this link to start off http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/17357-exercises-shoulder-tendonitis/.
Rotator cuff. Recommend shoulder rotator cuff strengthening exercises. You can buy diff degrees of resistance bands "therabands" and do the exercises. Rec: doing the exercises once to twice daily every day. Http://www. Thera-band. Com/instructions. Php this site has examples of the exercises you can use to rehab your shoulder.
Pain. With motion, even at rest.
Different. There are different approaches. It will actually depend on what shoulder structure (s) is/are involved. If it is rotator cuff (by far, most frequently involved), exercises, physical therapy and also a steroid injection may be helpful to relieve the pain and restore the function. Also, avoidance of movements/motions known to cause/aggravate the pain is advisable.
Rehab with Shdr PT. Therapy works for this most times. See you sports doc for a prescription for therapy.
Small=mild? If u mean minor the rx is usually directed at the rotator cuff: pt, otc nsaids & activity modification. Best 2 start with ortho eval and imaging, & follow his protocol 4rx.
Rest/Ice. Intially a short course of rest, ice, and anti-inflammatories can help. If pain lasts greater than 2 weeks see your physician as there are other treatment options including physical therapy, injections, and prescription medication.
Shoulder blade. When the shoulder is inflamed during episodes of tendinitis, we do not want to aggravate things further. The best treatment is to stabilize the shoulder with improved posture and pulling the shoulder away from the inflamed areas. Rowing exercises and reverse butterflies help by strengthening the back shoulder blade muscles to pull the shoulders back and to improve overall posture.
Stretches. Here are some stretches you may find helpful: http://www. Theshouldercenter. Com/faq-avoid-shoulder-pain. Htm.
Not typically. Shoulder tendinitis is a condition of soft tissue inflammation that can usually be overcome with appropriate therapy and medications (nsaid's). Most patients will not require a disability claim unless there are significant underlying problems causing the shoulder tendinitis.