Painful and limited shoulder mobility is a common complaint in practice. It is often seen after recreational sports and exercise. We also see this with patients that over-exert themselves, commonly referred to as the “weekend warrior syndrome”. The shoulder is a joint suspended by muscle. This gives the shoulder great mobility and function, but can also make it susceptible to injury if under or over-used. Shoulder impingement syndromes can often be helped with advanced muscular therapies to the ligaments and muscles of the shoulder. Tendonitis is painful with muscular effort in a pinpoint location of the shoulder. The doctor will evaluate the patient to uncover the particular tendons that have become scarred and inflamed, and apply specific soft tissue treatment to resolve the condition.