If you’ve had an MRI for your shoulder pain, you might be familiar with the term “supraspinatus tendinosis”, which is a very common finding.
The supraspinatus muscle is one of your 4 “rotator cuff” muscles and is a common cause of shoulder pain.
In this video, I explain what “supraspinatus tendinosis” means, and I’ll also explain the anatomical location of this muscle.
Gardening is a rewarding hobby and a passion, but it has its costs. Don’t let pain prevent you from continuing to enjoy your hobbies.
Physical therapy, a consistent exercise routine, and a plan for moderate gardening can help you to garden safely and avoid long-term complications like arthritis.
This article provides an in-depth explanation of pinched nerves and the common causes of this condition. You’ll also learn more about the effective treatments for nerve compression.
When it comes to eliminating shoulder pain once and for good, the first step is to understand the Root Cause of your pain.
In this video, I’ll explain the 4 most common causes of shoulder pain, which include the following:
– Rotator cuff tendonitis
– Rotator cuff tendinosis
– Shoulder Impingement
– Rotator cuff tears
I’ll explain each of the top 4 causes of shoulder pain in more detail, which will you help you figure out what’s causing your shoulder pain.
It’s a bold claim, but in this video I’m going to show you what I think is the single best exercise to help people with their shoulder pain.
This is especially true if you’re dealing with rotator cuff irritation, rotator cuff weakness, and have difficulty lifting your arm due to shoulder pain.
Learn how to improve your shoulder pain by exercising your OPPOSITE arm. It sounds crazy, but that’s what I meant!
Check out the video for a full demonstration and explanation.
I recently made 2 videos about rotator cuff tendinosis, which included “supraspinatus tendinosis” and “infraspinatus tendinosis”.
If you have either of these types of tendinosis, you might be wondering how to fix it… and that’s what I’ll explain in this video!
Overall, most people with rotator cuff tendinosis won’t need surgery. And if you follow my advice in this video, you’ll have a good chance of getting rid of your pain and healing the involved tendons.