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of the shoulder happens when calcium deposits form on the tendons of your shoulder. The tissues around the deposit can become inflamed, causing a great deal of shoulder pain
. This condition is fairly common. It most often affects people over the age of 40. Nonoperative treatment is nearly always the first line of treatment for calcific tendonitis. The treatment protocol usually involves Physical Therapy/Exercises;Anti-Inflammatory Medications;Application of Moist Heat. Simply controlling the symptoms with these steps will allow sufficient time for resolution of the problem in most patients.
The calcific deposit will often remain in these patients, but the goal of treatment is to control the symptoms caused by this condition, not to necessarily make the calcium go away. Eventually, the calcium deposit will resolve.
Surgery is recommended in the following situations:
When symptoms continue to progress despite treatment
When constant pain interferes with routine activities (dressing, combing hair)
When symptoms do not respond to conservative care
Available treatment options include needling and aspiration of the calcium deposit and arthroscopic excision of the calcium deposit.
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