How Do You Cure Bursitis?


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Anonymous answered
Rest, heat and ice treatments, anti-inflammatory drugs, i.e. Advil, massage, and ultra-sound therapy. All of these will take down the inflammation in your shoulder, but most important is even if you feel better after one of these treatments, you still mustn't over use your shoulder, otherwise you'll undo all the good that the treatment did.
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Penny Kay answered
Gee, after that last sterling answer, I am at a loss. That was a good answer. You must rest the affected (inflamed bursa) area. Much longer than it would seem. You may get some relief in a couple weeks, but continue with the rest and treatments, as the other answer suggests, for a month or more. Time, rest, anti-inflammatory aids or meds. And eventually it will heal.
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