Improper method to draw the bowstring irritates or inflames the liquid-filled “pillow” that serves as a cushion between the rotator cuff and shoulder blade.
The archers cope with another specific disease termed bursa or bursitis. Actually, bursitis is a severe form of the bursa. When the bursa is mistreated and not considered by its victim then it is converted into a more dangerous form.
It’s typically brought on by applying pressure to the same spot repeatedly or overusing a joint. Gardening, raking, woodworking, shoveling, painting, scrubbing, tennis, golf, skiing, throwing, and specifically archery are examples of high-risk activities. Additionally, long periods of improper sitting or standing at work or home, as well as inadequate stretching prior to exercise, can lead to bursitis. Bursitis can also sometimes happen due to an abrupt injury.
Your tendons’ resistance to stress decreases with age. Less elastic and more prone to tearing.
But the treatment of this disease is not that much difficult or does not require any cost if considered in the initial stage. You can treat it with ice, by taking rest, and by applying anti-inflammatory medicines.