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Bursitis


 

Your joints are surrounded by fluid-filled sacs called bursas that help to reduce friction and add padding for whenever you move or twist. Bursitis occurs when these bursas become inflamed and swollen. In most cases, bursitis occurs in the shoulder, where it causes extreme shoulder pain and reduced range of motion. In more severe cases, such as when paired with a rotator cuff tear, bursitis can even cause frozen shoulder, completely limiting how far you can raise your arm. Luckily, this shoulder pain does not have to be permanent. With the appropriate care from our chiropractic center, you can regain function of your arm and help your shoulder feel normal again.

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