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BE AWARE OF SHOULDER TENDONITIS - A COMMON WORK-RELATED INJURY

Office workers who work at a computer 8 hours a day and have a bad sitting posture are susceptible to shoulder tendonitis. MSc, 1st Degree Specialist Doctor NGUYEN VAN HOANG TAM—Musculoskeletal Medicine at CarePlus has helpful information on this topic.

BE AWARE OF SHOULDER TENDONITIS - A COMMON WORK-RELATED INJURY

4/5/2024 9:49:59 AM

This article is advised by MSc, 1st Degree Specialist Doctor NGUYEN VAN HOANG TAM - Musculoskeletal Medicine at CarePlus International Clinics. 

✅ Prolonged sitting for desk work (8 hours a day), with little or no exercise, combined with bad sitting posture (hunched back, looking down at the screen), is a common image of many office workers. This can lead to complex musculoskeletal problems, including shoulder pain due to tendonitis. 

The shoulder consists of joints, which combine with tendons and muscles to allow the arm to move. In addition to the joint components, external structures contribute to strength and flexibility. These structures include muscles, tendons, and ligaments that help stabilize the shoulder joints while giving them motion. These tendons are the structure that connects the muscle to the bone in the shoulder area. 

⭐ Tendonitis of your shoulder is an inflammation of your rotator cuff tendon. Symptoms may include the inability to hold your arm in certain positions and pain or tenderness in your shoulder. The symptoms of shoulder tendonitis may resemble other conditions or medical problems. Pain caused by shoulder tendonitis directly affects work performance or sleep quality. In addition, if shoulder pain caused by tendinitis persists without appropriate treatment, it will lead to complications of partial or complete tendon rupture or tendon degeneration. 

⭐ The cause is overuse or wear and tear from performing the same motions repeatedly, for example, continuously typing on a keyboard or moving a mouse in office workers. In addition, some other causes of shoulder tendonitis include diseases that weaken the muscles, poor posture, age, and even certain medications. 

👉 If you are experiencing unusual pain when moving your shoulder, this is a sign that your body is warning you of shoulder tendonitis. Prevention is always better than cure. Don't hesitate to contact us for timely diagnosis and treatment from a team of experienced musculoskeletal doctors. 


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