How to Heal Impingement In The Shoulder
Here is what you need to do...
Whenever doing an exercise program or strenuous activity it is recommended to stretch.
If pain begins and is very noticeable in the shoulder. Take 2-3 for ibuprofen (read directions on bottle). This is your new best friend for pain and reducing inflammation.
Within the first 24 hours put ice on the shoulder for 20 minutes at a time. After 24 hours use the heating pad. The heat will help to reduce pain and quicken healing process.
After using the heat pad or taking a warm shower, stretch or use a lacrosse ball. With the lacrosse/tennis ball take the ball and rub over the affected shoulder with some pressure this with help take away inflammation or alleviate pain.
As a side note: Refrain from activities that involve continuous motion using the rotator cuff or deltoid(shoulder muscle). Also try to refrain from sudden movements raising the elbow above the shoulder.
Difficulties people often experience or parts that need special attention to do it right.
I am not a medical doctor if pain continues or increases contact your medical doctor for personal diagnoses.
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I have a friend that is a power lifting national lifting holder using these steps he got over impingement in the shoulder in 2 weeks.
When did you first do this & how did you get started?
I have been weight lifting a while and I am a biology major. I have seen this many times before and have friends come back fast from it following these steps.