Let's exercise for 'shoulder pain'

Many people suffer from severe pain due to existing diseases during the rainy season. This is due to low atmospheric pressure and high humidity during the rainy season. If you easily see this pain, you can see a big setback. Pain is an abnormal signal of the body, and it is recommended to check it out because the disease may have worsened.


It has been a long time since the name "Fifties Dog," which was named after the outbreak in their 50s, has recently been seen in people in their 30s and has been changed to Thirty Dog. Find out the conditions that cause shoulder pain and how to get out of them.


a. Fifties

The term fifties refers to all cases in which there are restrictions on passive and active joint movements for no particular reason and pain occurs in shoulder joints and cuffs. The cause of the outbreak is unclear, but it is mainly caused by degenerative changes in soft tissue around the shoulder joint due to aging.


At first, the shoulder area sometimes hurts and gets better, but as the pain gets worse, it gets worse at night or causes pain that radiates to the neck and fingers. Patients complain that they are okay when they are still, but cannot wash their hair or take off their clothes because certain parts of their shoulders hurt or their shoulders hurt when they raise their arms or turn back. Especially during rainy season when the weather is cloudy and humid, the pain is often worse, making it difficult to even sleep on the side.


The fifties are known to be autonomous diseases that improve themselves. In other words, it can be treated naturally on average after a year without any treatment. However, recent medical reports show that 30 to 50 percent of the symptoms last for more than three to seven years, so if active treatment is not accompanied, the patient may continue to suffer and build a joint.


Prevention is as important as other diseases in the fifties. Prevention is the maintenance of the right posture. If you have to take the same posture for more than an hour, it is recommended to relax your shoulder muscles for as long as possible for at least 10 minutes. It also promotes blood circulation by using warm water or warm packs as a way to relax muscles around the shoulders. Soak your body in warm water for 10 to 15 minutes a day, exercise before and after the neck, and exercise your shoulders up and down. The fifties can be prevented with regular exercise and a healthy lifestyle.


b. Shoulder tendon rupture

If you have shoulder pain, I think 70% of the patients are 50s. However, if you have chronic shoulder pain, you should suspect tendon rupture at least once. Shoulder tendon rupture is when the four tendons (rotational root) attached in a circle to the arm bone are weakened and ruptured as if the thread of the rope is loosened. The symptoms are that you can't raise your arm on your own, but you feel severe pain when your arm is lifted by someone else, or when you exercise a certain exercise where your tendon is strained, unlike your fifties.


If the tendon is a degenerative tendon rupture that has become crumbly or if the tendon is torn within 50 percent, 40 to 50% of the tendon is recovered to the point where daily life is possible through exercise therapy. In the fifties, stretching is needed to loosen the joints, but tendon rupture requires muscle strengthening exercises that strengthen your muscles. If the tendon rupture is more than 50% or completely ruptured, tendon suture surgery using an arthroscope should be performed. Injection or physical therapy in tendon rupture will help ease pain and make exercise easier.


c. Peritoneal pain syndrome

Peritoneal pain syndrome is a shoulder pain that is usually present in people in their 20s and 30s. It refers to a disease that causes various symptoms, such as thin, transparent fascia surrounding muscles, or pain-causing pain in muscles, accompanied by associated pain.


It is caused by a number of reasons, but the main causes are "wrong posture" and "stress". If you use the computer for a long time, you will get stressed and your neck and shoulders will hurt. Most people relax their muscles by exercising after taking a rest, but if they don't use their shoulders due to pain, they can eventually develop into 50s, so be careful.


Pain-causing points often occur in the shoulders, back neck, back and back muscles, which are more prone to excessive tension than other muscles. This makes it relatively easy to lack nutrients and oxygen, resulting in pain-causing points. The muscles in the area where the pain-causing point is hardened, and not only can they cause pain when pressed, but they can also feel pain or numbness in the surrounding area. Therefore, if you have pain-causing points in your shoulder muscles, your arms or hands may feel numb or weak.


If such pain is left untreated, the pain-causing point spreads to surrounding muscles, widening the range of pain and chronicizing, so the core of treatment is to focus on preventing the progress and recurrence of the disease through proper treatment. Various methods such as painkillers, stretching, pain-blocking injections, and physical therapy are used in combinations are used in combination. However, such treatment will also be ineffective if you continue to have bad posture or neglect your usual exercise. Therefore, proper posture and steady stretching are paramount for treatment and prevention.


d. Arthritis in the dog's

Cranial arthritis is nicknamed chemical abscess because it is very painful. Acute inflammation often works well for young people aged 25 to 45 and is accompanied by calcification. On the other hand, chronic tendinitis occurs between the ages of 50 and 60, and when you raise your arms more, you suddenly get severe pain, and there is no pain in other conditions.


The diagnosis can detect inflammatory findings such as thickening of the maxillary muscle with MRI. No special findings can be found in X-ray photographs, but may be found in the presence of calcified substances.


Treatment methods include extracting calcified substances with syringes or using splints to stabilize them for a short period of time, using anti-inflammatory painkillers as drugs, or injecting steroids into a hospital. And when it gets better with heat, sometimes cold packs can help.