Inflammation pectoral

The Pectoralis Major inflammation of the muscle or tendon is often seen in patient participating in contact sports. Contact sport causes surface trauma to muscles and ligament, which results in inflammation of muscles. The surface trauma causes micro tear of muscle tissue, which often follows inflammation.

Pec Major Tendon Inflammation The Pectoralis Major tendon is weakest where it inserts into the arm or humerus bone. Common sports that can inflame the tendon include racket sports, rowing, swimming, and weight training. The pain when performing these activities will probably have increased over a period of time.

Inflammation is the body’s natural response to infection, irritation or injury. It’s not known exactly why the costochondral joint becomes inflamed, but in some cases it’s been linked to: severe coughing, which strains your chest area an injury to your chest

A tight pectoralis major muscle that contains trigger or tender points can trigger chest and shoulder pain. Additionally, if this muscle is too tight it fosters a round shouldered posture. 1. Pain Patterns & Symptoms of the Pectoralis Muscle

When your pectoralis minor contains trigger points, it can give you pain right at the location of these spots and send it to other, seemingly unrelated areas of your body. The main pain zone of the pectoralis minor is the front of your shoulder, but you might also experience a radiating pain into your chest and all the way down your inner arm. Furthermore, it is possible that this muscle …

What is costochondritis? Costochondritis is an inflammation of the cartilage in the rib cage. The condition usually affects the cartilage where the upper ribs attach to the breastbone, or sternum,…

Inflammation is part of the body’s defense mechanism and plays a role in the healing process. When the body detects an intruder, it launches a biological response to try to remove it. The attacker…

Originally posted 2020-02-20 10:42:22.