Calcific Tendinitis in the Shoulder

Calcium deposits in the rotator cuff can cause severe shoulder pain.


If you have the worst shoulder pain you’ve ever had but you didn’t injure your shoulder, you might have a condition called calcific tendinitis. This occurs when calcium builds up in tendons, usually in the shoulder. The deposits can become inflamed and cause pain.

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