Non-traumatic injuries: shoulder tendinitis

Non-traumatic-injuries: Pablo Scorza

Imagine a climber that is experiencing discomfort in their shoulder. Dysfunction in the biomechanics of a climber’s shoulder, combined with the repetition of some specific movements whilst climbing can cause small compressive impact on certain tendons.
Over time, without any specific accident or trauma to the shoulder, these tendons begin to produce inflammation and pain. Continue reading >