Degenerative shoulder diseases - treatment

How to treat degenerative shoulder diseases

Basically, degenerative shoulder diseases usually occur in old age and the treatment - even the stiffness of the shoulders - is conservative. However, if young people who are very active in sports are "prematurely" affected by an appearance of old age at the shoulder, the damage is repaired surgically. In particular, the rupture of the long biceps tendon and a rotator cuff rupture have a good chance of complete recovery with early surgery.

Conservative treatments include analgesic drug therapy, physiotherapy, electrical, heat and cold treatments and, if the trigger is known, avoiding the cause of the overload (eg typing on the typewriter or on the computer, working overhead), Sports such as tennis and badminton).

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