Shoulder Inflammation and Pain

Shoulder inflammation and pain can be an extremely uncomfortable complaint. There are a lot of reasons behind this and thus, proper diagnosis is of vital importance when dealing with shoulder pain and inflammation.

Common Causes

As mentioned, there are a lot of reasons for a person to experience shoulder pain and shoulder inflammation. It could be your age (as many older people tend to lack the usual bone density and strength they used to have when they were young), physical injury or nerve problems. Below are the common causes of shoulder inflammation and pain. When you visit your trusted physician, chances are, you’ll be diagnosed with any of these:

  • Adhesive Capsulitis
  • Bursitis
  • Calcific Tendonitis
  • Shoulder Instability
  • Shoulder Separation
  • Shoulder Dislocation
  • Rotator Cuff Tear
  • Labral Tear
  • Arthritis
  • Slap Lesion
  • Biceps Tendon Rupture

Common Symptoms of Shoulder Inflammation

Pain would be your first indication of shoulder inflammation (or perhaps for any shoulder joint problems in general). In most cases, people seek medical attention once the pain worsens or when they are unable to move their affected shoulder. Some other common symptoms of inflammation include inability to raise your arm, redness, warmth or bruising, a deformity on the affected shoulder, lack of strength on the affected arm and a sudden feeling of excruciating pain at night or while resting.

Treatment for Shoulder Pain and Inflammation

The OSMOSIS Patches are ideal for the treatment of most shoulder injuries that involve inflammation and associated pain. Knowing the cause of the symptoms is very important to ensure you are treating the correct condition prior to starting your treatment regimen. Patients who are unsure of the cause of pain or type of injury are well advised to consult their doctors as soon as possible.

It is unwise to leave shoulder pain untreated for a long period as what you think is just a temporary problem may quickly become a long-term chronic injury if it’s not treated immediately (which is usually the case for most patients).

Ice Packs

Perhaps your first aid remedy when pain strikes is applying cold packs within the first 12-48 hours of an injury. Application of compresses to lessen pain and swelling must not be done for so long. Standard application duration of cold/ice packs must only be 20-30 minutes at a time. The problem unfortunately is that icing an injury to the shoulder has little to no benefit after the first 12-48 hours.

Physical Therapy

Some shoulder injury may respond well to physical therapy. however most injuries should first undergo the process of healing before starting any physical therapy. This is where the OSMOSIS Patches are extremely useful as they will promote the reduction in swelling and inflammation to allow faster recovery of many shoulder injuries. This will allow a patient to subsequently use Physical Therapy to then strengthen the affected area to avoid a repetitive injury from occurring.


When pain becomes too unbearable most individuals will consult their doctor for recommended drugs. Typically your doctor may prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs or pain relievers accordingly. The most common anti-inflammatory drugs are what we refer to as NSAIDS (Non-Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs). Some of the common examples are naproxen, salicylate, advil and ibuprofen.

The problem with many of these drugs is that they may only offer very little benefit by only temporarily relieving the pain. For many individuals they will also be unsuitable due to existing medications or conditions such as gastrointestinal bleeding.

The OSMOSIS Patches are absolutely free from any medication and are 100% natural.


Cortisone is a potent anti-inflammatory drug for patients suffering intense pain and swelling on the affected shoulder. But like many drugs, there are always side effects of using cortisone whereas the OSMOSIS Patches contain No Steroids and are completely pain free to use.


The OSMOSIS Patches are easily placed over the affected area of the shoulder just before going to bed. The patches then work while you sleep drawing fluid out throughout the night. The used patches are then simply removed and discarded in the morning.

It really is that simple!

The Osmosis Patch now provides an effective alternative way to relieve inflammation and associated shoulder pain . What’s more the osmosis patches are:

  • 100% natural
  • Non-Invasive
  • Pain free
  • Medication free, &
  • Backed by our money back guarantee

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