This is a problem that affects between 4-7% of the population, being more frequent in men. Its onset is usually insidious and slow. The causes can be diverse, but the most common are the supraspinatus tendon injuries muscle, tendinitis of the long head of the biceps and called impingement syndrome.
The supraspinatus tendon, along with the tendons of the infraspinatus and teres minor, form the so-called "rotator cuff", a structure that protects the joint and often injured.
The pain occurs when the arm is raised. At night any comfortable sleeping position results in pain or discomfort. Structures such as tendons are very poorly vascularized, low blood supply, these injuries shows no tendency to spontaneous healing, by contrast, they tend to become chronic.
The infiltration with ozone and growth factors produce great results. The combination of these therapies brings greater blood flow, solves inflammation and prevents premature joint arthrosis.