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KINK-EASE® Pain Cream

Use and Uses: Shoulder Pain

Levator Scapulae Tendinitis

levator scapulae     

Shoulder pain can result from inflammation of the tendon that connects the tip of the shoulder blade to the neck.  Sometimes, pain can result from inflammation of the tendon and tendinous attachment, and this pain can be very, very difficult to control.

 

 

shoulder application

 

KINK-EASE® cream is very effective in treating this type of problem.  First identify the Levator Scapule by gently examining the angular portion of the shoulder blade, nearest to the spine of the neck.


 Apply 1/4 tsp to this area, rubbing it in.  A second application may be necessary.

 

 

Bicipital Tendinitis

biciptal tendinitis

Shoulder pain can result from inflammation of the tendon that connects the large muscle of the upper arm to the shoulder blade.  Sometimes, pain can result from inflammation of the tendon structures, and this pain can be very, very difficult to control.

KINK-EASE® cream is very effective in treating this type of problem.  First identify the biceps tendon by gently flexing the arm, bring the middle finger to the shoulder, and it should point to the biceps tendon.

Apply 1/4 tsp to this area, rubbing it in.  A second application may be necessary.