HOW CAN I TREAT ROTATOR CUFF TENDONITIS?
Rotator cuff tendonitis refers to inflammation or irritation of the muscular tendons that are responsible for shoulder movement and stability.
This condition is often referred to as a shoulder impingement and is caused by repetitive loading of the shoulder joint under load.
Common symptoms include pain, swelling, stiffness and reduced range of movement.
Bauerfeind’s high-quality braces and supports are designed with medical-grade compression to help keep the shoulder joint stabilised and secure to target the symptoms of tendonitis.
The soft knit delivers the ultimate comfort and has supports embedded to provide an intermittent massage effect for improved enhanced blood circulation for healing.
This added support will allow you to continue with doing everyday activities such as reaching for objects with minimal pain and restrictions.
Take a look at Sergios Ramos, Spanish professional football player wearing the OmoTrain for shoulder support.
"I have had the Omo train for about three weeks. I tore a rotator cuff tendon about 2 months ago and although I had good range of movement I have weakness and pain particularly at night. I noticed a significant reduction in pain after 2 or 3 days wearing the Omo train. I was expecting it to be a little uncomfortable and while it's not unnoticeable I have found it was ok to wear for a full day at work." - Gwyn