CONDITION - Rotator Cuff Tendonitis 3

How is impingement syndrome diagnosed?

Often, the diagnosis is suggested by your symptoms. Your orthopaedic surgeon or primary care physician can have you perform various maneuvers to detect this problem. This physical examination is designed to test your motion, strength, and certain positions of pain. In addition, plain x-rays can show a spur on the undersurface of the acromion. An MRI is occasionally ordered if a rotator cuff tear is suspected.

What can be done to treat rotator cuff tendonitis/bursitis/impingment syndrome? Click Next below to find out:

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