Trochanteric and Subacromial Bursitis

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Trochanteric And Subacromial Bursitis

Trochanteric and Subacromial Bursitis treatment

Trochanteric and Subacromial Bursitis treatment provided by our physiotherapist in Ballito. We have  extensive experience in treating Trochanteric and Subacromial Bursitis treatment

trochanteric and subacromial

Bursae are small sacs of fluid that occur normally in various places in the body including on the side of your hip or upper thigh (trochanteric) and under the bone at the very top of your shoulder (subacromial). Bursitis is when a bursa expands like a balloon with inflammation inside.

Bursitis is not a serious condition but if you do a movement that pinches a bursa or apply pressure on bursitis it is exquisitely painful and this is what concerns patients. However the level of pain is usually disproportionate to the extent of injury. Its important to note that bursitis is the end of a very long process which started in certain muscles of those areas and then progressed to affecting the tendons of those muscles and then eventually resulted in inflammation in the tendons which then collects in the bursa resulting in bursitis.

This length of time when you could have been unaware of the presence of the problem often means that it takes a long time for the condition to fully resolve. Also bursitis always has an underlying cause of either weakness in a certain muscle and overuse of other muscles or a dysfunction in a joint such as the SIJ (sacroiliac joint), hip or shoulder joint. Physiotherapy can help with not only decreasing the inflammation in the bursa but also to establish the underlying cause.

Joint mobilisation and rehabilitation is necessary to regain the movement in the joint that is causing increased load on the affected muscles and tendons as well as for strengthening the appropriate muscles which restores balance to the area and therefore prevents the bursitis from reoccurring.

Trochanteric and Subacromial Bursitis treatment info

Bursae are small sacs of fluid that occur normally in various places in the body including on the side of your hip or upper thigh (trochanteric) and under the bone at the very top of your shoulder (subacromial). Bursitis is when a bursa expands like a balloon with inflammation inside. Trochanteric and Subacromial Bursitis treatment

Bursitis is not a serious condition but if you do a movement that pinches a bursa or apply pressure on bursitis it is exquisitely painful and this is what concerns patients. However the level of pain is usually disproportionate to the extent of injury. However the important thing to note is that bursitis is the end of a very long process which started in certain muscles of those areas and then progressed to affecting the tendons of those muscles and then eventually resulted in inflammation in the tendons which then collects in the bursa resulting in bursitis.

This length of time when you could have been unaware of the presence of the problem often means that it takes a long time for the condition to fully resolve. Also bursitis always has an underlying cause of either weakness in a certain muscle and overuse of other muscles or a dysfunction in a joint such as the SIJ (sacroiliac joint), hip or shoulder joint. Physiotherapy can help with not only decrease the inflammation in the bursa but also to establish the underlying cause. Trochanteric and Subacromial Bursitis treatment

Joint mobilisation and rehabilitation is necessary to regain the movement in the joint that is causing increased load on the affected muscles and tendons as well as for strengthening the appropriate muscles which restores balance to the area and therefore prevents the bursitis from reoccurring Trochanteric and Subacromial Bursitis treatment.

Conditions We Treat:

Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow

If you stand with your arms by your side with your palms facing forwards then tennis elbow is when the pain is on the side of your elbow that is furthest away from your body and golfer’s elbow is on the side closest to your body. Both are conditions of the tendons that move your wrist up and down and definitely are not limited to those who play tennis or golf. As a Physiotherapist I

Muscle strains and tendon sprains

For the first 12 days after a muscle (strain) or ligament (sprain) tear the body sends inflammation to the area which contains the ingredients necessary for healing but this inflammation also contains chemicals that irritate the nerve endings which is what causes pain. It is important to leave

Arthritis

What is very important to remember with arthritis is that it does not develop overnight and could have been there for years before the pain started. Also that arthritis is a normal aging process that will be

Frozen Shoulder

Often when a shoulder injury is left untreated for a prolonged period it can lead to a frozen shoulder which is when the capsule around the shoulder joint becomes extremely stiff and results in very limited shoulder movement for up to 2 years! This is what we always try to avoid

Shoulder pain, rotator cuff tendinopathy and strains

The shoulder is held in place by a set of five very important muscles that attach to the shoulder blade called the infamous rotator cuff! The mistake so many patients make is to think of rotator cuff injuries as one size fits all when there is actually a long spectrum ranging from just overuse

Neck pain and headaches

Neck pain often comes from cervical postural syndrome which is caused by long periods spent driving or sitting at a computer for example in the incorrect position or posture which leads to certain muscles of the neck being placed under a lot of unnecessary load which leads to dysfunction in these muscles and trigger points being activated which can even cause referrals into the head and face.

Lower Back Pain and Sciatic Nerve Referral

Low back pain can come from the various components that make up this commonly affected area namely the lumbar spine made up of joints, discs and ligaments, muscles that protect and move the low back and the spinal cord and nerves.

Other conditions that Amy Stranack Physiotherapy can assist with include:

  • TMJ / conditions of the jaw
  • Whiplash
  • Hip, knee and shoulder replacements
  • Tendon and ligament, labrum and meniscus repair post operative care
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • ITB (iliotibial band syndrome) and runner’s knee
  • Calf tightness, Achilles tendinopathy and tears and shin splints