Swimmer's shoulder is a musculoskeletal condition that results in symptoms in the area of the anterior lateral aspect of the shoulder, sometimes confined to the subacromial region.
Swimmer's shoulder usually presents as subacromial impingement involving the rotator cuff tendon, bicipital tendon, or subacromial bursa. Primary subacromial impingement involves compression of these structures between the acromion and greater tuberosity. The cause of primary impingement is usually a tight posterior capsule.
Other causes of shoulder pain are as followed:
- adhesive capsulitis.
- Rotator cuff injury
- Tendinitis and Tendon tear
- Impingement syndrome
- Sprain in shoulder
- Shoulder Bursitis
- Overuse or repetitive
- Bone spurs
- Nerve pinching in neck or shoulder
- Referred pain
Few homoeopathic medicines which can be used here are as followed
Rhus Tox, Sanguinaria Canadensis, Ferrum Met, Bryonia Alba, Ruta Graveolens and Arnica.