Subacromial Bursitis

Subacromial_bursitisSubacromial bursitis is the term given when the subacromial bursa is inflamed. The subacromial bursa is located under the acromion of the AC joint (acromioclavicular) and extends down to just above the humeral head. The role of the subacromial bursa is to protect and help the rotator cuff tendons move smoothly when rolling the arm in an upwards and downwards motion.

The bursa is also commonly called the Subacromial-Subdeltoid Bursa or SA-SD bursa and is the largest bursa in the body.

Subacromial bursitis may result from impact injury, repetitive stress, impingement from bone spurs or the congenital shape of the acromion causing narrowing. The common term for subacromial bursitis is simply >> shoulder bursitis.

The OSMO Patch together with adequate rest now provides an effective complementary way to support the relief of inflammation and pain associated with Subacromial bursitis. What’s more the OSMO Patches are:

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Disclaimer: The information on this page is intended for individuals who have been medically diagnosed with subacromial bursitis. If you suspect that you have subacromial bursitis then it is important to visit a qualified medical professional in order to rule out any other possible causes prior to considering any advice or treatment option.


Testimonials

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Hi I have had bursitis in my right shoulder for more than three years, after about 6 months of physio, I still have a lot of pain. About 1yr & 2 months ago I developed bursitis in the left shoulder and left elbow, which causes me to have very disturbed sleeps and I cannot sleep […]

- Tessa L, VIC, Australia

I had a sudden case of Shoulder Bursitis, in fact, the Orthopaedic Surgeon said it was the most severe and immediate he had seen in years. He gave cortisone shot and Rx Narcotics that barely cut the pain. No sleep as pain worse at night. In my desperation for relief I searched the internet to […]

- T. Mule, Colorado, United States

I have been prescribed XXXXXXXX 750mg for my shoulder. Tendonitis or bursitis, my Doctor said. The anti inflammatory meds were working well until I moved some furniture for my wife and then the pain came right back with a vengeance I put a patch on my shoulder last night and was amazed when I removed […]

- Tom, Virginia, United States

Hello Toky, Thanks Toky. Last lot sure made a difference.  I was able to not be awakened by an aching bursa during the night.  One night before; was so bad that I had to sit in a lounge chair and ice my shoulder regularly through the night Told the doctor about the patches and twice […]

- Al M, Southland, New Zealand

Hi Toky,  I just received my parcel yesterday Wed Dec. 29th and after following the directions how to apply I put one on and it’s easing the pain in my shoulder. It seems that it’s working for me and I have to be careful to watch the food I am eating. I am quite please […]

- JLee-C, Calgary Alberta, Canada

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