Shoulder Impingement Surgery Is Not Effective

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Shoulder Impingement Surgery Is Not Effective

A study has found that treating shoulder impingement syndrome with surgery is no more effective than a placebo surgical treatment. Study participants in the group who had shoulder impingement surgery as well as the those in the group who had placebo surgery experienced just as little shoulder pain 2 years following the procedure and were just as satisfied with the overall condition of their shoulder.[1]

The study results reveal shoulder impingement surgery to be an ineffective treatment for shoulder impingement syndrome, the most common shoulder complaint.

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