Posterior ankle impingement syndrome
(PAIS), or "dancer's heel," and tendinopathy of the flexor hallucis longus (FHL tendinopathy), or "dancer's tendinitis," are common in dancers.
Variations of acromion has been associated with sub acromial impingement syndrome
and rotator cuff tear.
Shoulder function and 3-dimensional scapular kinematics in people with and without shoulder impingement syndrome
Shoulder impingement syndrome
among competitive swimmers in India--Prevalence, evaluation and risk factors.
sup] We report a patient with both snapping hip and iliopsoas tendon impingement syndrome
successfully treated with arthroscopic release.
15], thus predisposing the drivers to secondary impingement syndrome
The repetitive plantarflexion motion of the ankle during sport and the increased stresses placed on the posterior aspect of the ankle are believed to be the causes of impingement syndrome
Although often attributed to a 'frozen' shoulder, pain is far more likely to be shoulder impingement syndrome
, explains osteopath and physiotherapist, Tim Allardyce (surreyphysio.
Tendon thinning usually results in impingement syndrome
since normal thickness of the supraspinatus tendon ranges 4.
Guidelines from the Washington State Department of Labor and Industry state that patients who should undergo isolated subacromial decompression (with or without acromioplasty) need to have documented subacromial impingement syndrome
with magnetic resonance imaging evidence of rotator cuff tendonopathy or tear, have undergone 12 weeks of conservative therapy (including at least active assisted range of motion and home-based exercises), and have had a subacromial injection with a local anesthetic that has provided documented relief of pain.
Among the topics are a practical guide to shoulder magnetic resonance imaging, glenohumeral joint and capsular gross anatomy, shoulder impingement syndrome
, glenohumeral joint instability, and shoulder-related pathology including paralabral cysts and biceps tendon.
5 in Annals of Internal Medicine, 104 people, ages 18 to 65, with shoulder impingement syndrome
(shoulder bursitis or rotator cuff tendinitis) received either twice-weekly physical therapy for three weeks or as many as three steroid injections given over a year.