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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2

Shoulder Impingement/Bursitis/Tendonitis

Posted By: Connie D.
Date: January-12, 1998 at 19:39:31

I have been following the A diet for just under a year now and it has gotten rid of my asthma, excess weight, skin growths, given me more energy and many more benefits. One thing I can't seem to get rid of is shoulder impingement/bursitis/tendonitis. The pain is excruciating about midway down my left arm especially when I put on a coat or toss a coin at the toll booth. I've had this since August. I don't want to take cortisone shot and am going to try some exercises I got off the internet. Is their anything through diet or nutrition or vitamins or herbs etc. that could help. I haven't found anything in anything I have read about the topic, but it seems nutrition should help. I also looked into reflexology books but can't find anything that would fix the pain in my arm. I suspect the problem is caused by poor posture while sitting at my desk at work and have tried raising the chair, adding seat custion, raising my feet, etc. to no avail. By the end of the day I have pain across my back/shoulders even though I take stretch breaks. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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