Common Conditions:
Bicipital Tendinitis

December 2013
by ljacob  |   in Shoulder, Common Conditions  |   Comments Off on Bicipital Tendinitis

Bicipital Tendinitis

Bicipital tendinitis, or biceps tendinitis, is the inflammation of one of the two tendons that attach the biceps to the shoulder joint. Symptoms may consist of shoulder pain that may spread down the front of the arm, tenderness where the biceps meets the shoulder, decreased shoulder movement and pain, and /or a bulge in the biceps (if one of the biceps tendons ruptures). The goals for treatment are to relieve pain, reduce inflammation and swelling.

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