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Shoulder Impingement Syndrome - Shoulder Tendonitis

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Shoulder impingement syndrome is a painful condition in the shoulder.  It occurs when the tendons in the shoulder are irritated, inflamed or degenerated from repetitive overhead motions or structural abnormalities in the shoulder.  Shoulder impingement syndrome is treated with activity modification, medication, and therapy.  When non-surgical options fail, surgical treatment may be used to relieve symptoms and restore function.

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