Subacromial bursitis Treatment Singapore. Subacromial bursitis is a common cause of shoulder pain that is usually related to shoulder impingement of your bursa between your rotator cuff tendons and bone (acromion). Your subdeltoid bursa is a less commonly inflamed shoulder bursa.
What Are the Symptoms of subacromial bursitis?
If you have subacromial bursitis, you may notice shoulder stiffness and pain. It may hurt badly enough to wake you up at night. There might also be swelling and redness. Your shoulder may be sore to the touch, especially on the front side or the upper third of your arm.
If your bursitis is advanced, you may not be able to move your shoulder much at all. This is called a “frozen shoulder.”
How long does it take for subacromial bursitis to heal?
The healing time frame of subacromial bursitis can vary from 2 weeks to 8 weeks and in some cases even longer than that depending on the severity of the injury or location. If the bursitis occurs near a joint that can be rested easily, the healing time will be greatly reduced.
Subacromial bursitis Treatment Singapore
At Singapore Sports Clinic, treatments for subacromial bursitis include by our Shoulder Specialist Singapore:
Cortisone injection is the most effective non-surgical treatment for subacromial bursitis treatment Singapore.