Causes of Tendinitis

Dr. Michael Swartzon

Dr. Michael Swartzon says that there are several factors that cause shoulder tendinitis. According to the specialist, when playing tennis, perhaps the equipment is very heavy or the ropes are not at the right pressure, which causes the overuse of the shoulder.

Sometimes, according to the physician, tendinitis being an inflammation could take a few hours or a couple of days for that process to take hold. “Once the inflammation happens that’s when you start to feel the pain,” says Swartzon.

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