A calcium deposit accumulates in one of the tendons of the shoulder. The tissues around the deposit can become inflamed, causing a great deal of shoulder pain. This condition is fairly common.
What is Calcific Tendinitis, symptoms, outcomes, the role of cortisone injections, surgery are typically questions we receive.
This article aims to address these questions and others related to Calcific Tendinitis. Of course you are welcome to revisit any of these during your consultation.
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Dr Jaco Strobos
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