Shoulder impingement syndrome is a collection of symptoms of shoulder pain arising from the clasps or emphasis on the tendon (muscle tip) or bursa (bearing joints) in the upper part of the shoulder joint The shoulder joint is formed by three bones namely the upper arm bone, shoulder blade and collarbone.

The top of the upper arm bone (humerus) will enter into a basin formed by the shoulder blade (scapula) and bound by connective tissue strong (ligaments), muscles and other networks, including capsules and bearing joints, which play a role and serves to stabilize the position the upper arm and move the joints. Clasps or emphasis on the tendon (muscle tip) and exchanges (bearing joints) will occur when the upper arm is moved upwards.

When you feel uncomfortable in doing your daily activities due to the shoulder impingement, get the solution at In general, complaint of shoulder pain triggered due to repetitive use of the shoulder joint activities associated with routine work and sports activities. Repetitive movements and excessive overhead such as the movement of the shoulder will cause a minor injury and inflammation. The inflammation will lead to compression of the supraspinatus tendon.