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What Is Bursitis?

A bursa is a fluid filled sac which acts as a cushion between the muscles, tendons and bones. Bursae can be found in a number of places in the body and on average there are about 160 bursae in the human body.

Bursitis occurs when a bursa becomes inflamed. Inflammation can take place due to a number of reasons. Two common reasons include repetitive movement and traumatic injuries.

Bursitis can affect:

  • thigh
  • hip
  • shoulder
  • buttocks
  • knee
  • ankle
  • elbow

When bursitis occurs, the bursa becomes swollen and causes friction within the space that is already confined. This causes the smooth and slippery bursa to become rough and gritty. When an inflamed bursa is moved such as when moving a joint, it causes pain and irritation.

There are numerous symptoms of bursitis. Some of the common ones include:

  • swelling
  • tenderness
  • loss of movement
  • pain in the affected area which increases with movement

Making Bursitis Claims

A claim for bursitis can be made if you have developed the condition as a result of your working environment. For example, if your job requires you to perform repetitive tasks and you have developed bursitis as a result, you may be eligible to make bursitis compensation claims.

Compensationclaim.co.uk can help you make a bursitis compensation claim on a risk free No Win No Fee basis.

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