CONDITION - Rotator Cuff Tendonitis 2
What are the symptoms of impingement syndrome?
Common symptoms of rotator cuff tendonitis include:
Pain located primarily on top and in the front of your shoulder. Sometimes you can have pain at the side of your shoulder. Usually is worse with any overhead activity (reaching up above the level of your shoulder).
Mild to moderate weakness, especially worse with overhead activity.
Sometimes bursitis that occurs with rotator cuff tendonitis can cause a mild popping or crackling sensation in the shoulder.
Unable to Sleep on Shoulder
Most patients complain of difficulty sleeping on the shoulder at night.