ROTATOR CUFF TENDINITIS / ROTATOR CUFF IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME (clicking sound and sound of scrunching plastic back in shoulder)

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    Apr 12, 2014 5:36 PM GMT
    ROTATOR CUFF TENDINITIS / ROTATOR CUFF IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME

    Hello guys
    Does anyone experience the same thing? I was exercising hard for shoulders and chest only. Over a period of time there was no injury, then suddenly one day after a gym my shoulder started to be very painful (on that day everything was routine, same weights as normal, no sudden moves etc), so I think pain started as a result of overuse of the shoulder, repetitive movements. I stopped gym as pain become so acute for no reason, I couldn't lift anything neither brush my hair or it was very painful to put a jumper on.
    After 3 weeks of not using the shoulder is less painful, the pain is when I want to scratch my shoulder spades at the back or lift arm up to the ceiling.

    the other thing is when I want to do push ups on the floor, shoulder makes noise like sort of scrunching plastic bag

    It’s ROTATOR CUFF TENDINITIS or ROTATOR CUFF IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME

    Now I am wondering if anyone experience the same, how long it lasted before starting the gym

    ARE THERE ANY EXERCISED TO GET shoulder back to normal?

    HAVE YOU GOT ANY ADVICES HOW TO GET RID OF THAT PROBLEM AND GET BACK TO THE GYM

    I am so upset as I like to go to the gym and now I can not even do any exercises for legs or abs as it gets painful

    What do to do to get back to gym and work out chest and shoulders as soon as possible (after 3 weeks shoulder is less painful, but I am worried to get back to gym to not get the same pain as 3 weeks ago)

    Any help, advices appreciated, how to avoid that kid of injuries etc, please write on forum or send me a private message. cheers



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    Apr 12, 2014 5:40 PM GMT
    fantasticlad saidROTATOR CUFF TENDINITIS / ROTATOR CUFF IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME

    Hello guys
    Does anyone experience the same thing? I was exercising hard for shoulders and chest only. Over a period of time there was no injury, then suddenly one day after a gym my shoulder started to be very painful (on that day everything was routine, same weights as normal, no sudden moves etc), so I think pain started as a result of overuse of the shoulder, repetitive movements. I stopped gym as pain become so acute for no reason, I couldn't lift anything neither brush my hair or it was very painful to put a jumper on.
    After 3 weeks of not using the shoulder is less painful, the pain is when I want to scratch my shoulder spades at the back or lift arm up to the ceiling.

    the other thing is when I want to do push ups on the floor, shoulder makes noise like sort of scrunching plastic bag

    It’s ROTATOR CUFF TENDINITIS or ROTATOR CUFF IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME

    Now I am wondering if anyone experience the same, how long it lasted before starting the gym

    ARE THERE ANY EXERCISED TO GET shoulder back to normal?

    HAVE YOU GOT ANY ADVICES HOW TO GET RID OF THAT PROBLEM AND GET BACK TO THE GYM

    I am so upset as I like to go to the gym and now I can not even do any exercises for legs or abs as it gets painful

    What do to do to get back to gym and work out chest and shoulders as soon as possible (after 3 weeks shoulder is less painful, but I am worried to get back to gym to not get the same pain as 3 weeks ago)

    Any help, advices appreciated, how to avoid that kid of injuries etc, please write on forum or send me a private message. cheers

    Pain could be anything. See a physician for a diagnosis. In the meantime you might be able to alleviate pain (not cure it) by applying ice packs alternating with heat, and resting the area.

    And you might want to delete the duplicate thread.

  • Apr 12, 2014 11:02 PM GMT
    I have had that in my right shoulder last year and currently have it in my left shoulder. You need to see a sports Dr. to find out exactly what it is. If it is what i had/have I went through six weeks of physical therapy to get rid of the pain (last year). I also didn't work out too hard during those six weeks. Using the techniques the therapists taught me made it go away. As for my current pain in my left shoulder, i did about 8 weeks of Phys. therapy, ending yesterday and it has slowly gotten a little better but the pain is still there. Now i need to get an MRI done and after that i will talk to the Dr. as to what to do next, Im hoping i will simply need some injections combined with the techniques the physical therapists taught me and the pain will eventually go away. Make sure you see a Dr. Good luck.
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    Apr 12, 2014 11:25 PM GMT
    I had exactly the same thing for years and it got depressing as I could barely do any chest exercises at all, and shoulder and bicep exercises hurt like a mother. About 2 years ago I discovered turmeric supplements and it has literally changed my life at the gym. I don't have any idea what it did, but it was the only thing I added to my diet. The pain is all gone, and I don't mean it helps mask the pain, I mean I can pretty much do any exercise without any pain issues. Occasionally the soreness returns but disappears. I have no idea if you or anyone else will experience the same success, but I am sharing the link to the exact product I use, you can get it at a variety of sites including Amazon. I get the 240 pill bottle now that I know it is so effective, one a day:

    http://www.vitacost.com/vitacost-turmeric-extract-with-bioperine-900-mg-60-capsules?csrc=GPF-PA-Herbs-835003001378&ci_gpa=pla&ci_kw=&ci_src=17588969&ci_sku=835003001378&gclid=CKDJ95CL3L0CFYqIfgodmToAQw
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    Apr 13, 2014 1:10 AM GMT
    I had something like this. It took me a while of physical therapy and easing way back. I'm good now, but I start every workout with fifteen minutes of really light (5 and 7 lb) dumb-bell warm up exercise.

    I think the people who are telling you to say a doctor are spot on.
  • piltdown

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    Apr 13, 2014 2:04 AM GMT
    Try this exercise, don't use weights at first. I did it one side at a time lying down on my belly on the bed so that only the forearm hangs over the side (for extra support), but basically the same movement. At least for me (partial tear of supraspinatus tendon) it gave immediate relief every time I did it. I opted out of taking cortisone injections, that's nasty stuff.

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  • safety43_mma1...

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    Apr 13, 2014 5:42 AM GMT
    Thanks now I know I am not the only one lol I just learned to live with it. Football makes u lose track of minor pain but now I know.