Impingement Syndrome Center

Impingement syndrome is a condition that affects the shoulder. Symptoms include pain with overhead use of the arm, difficulty reaching up behind the back, and weak shoulder muscles. Treatment involves taking NSAIDs for approximately eight weeks, daily stretching in a warm shower, and avoiding repetitive activities with the injured arm. Read more: Impingement Syndrome Article


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