Snapping scapula syndrome is a condition that involves the dislocation, grinding, grinding, or
“snatching” of bones and tissues in the scapula area when lifting an arm. It can be caused
by a number of bone or soft tissue problems.
Bones can be deformed from birth, or disassembled, making them misshapen.
The smoky scapula also called “washboard syndrome” is a contagious condition
characterized by a bony bump and soft tissue. The disease is underestimated for a long time
and was often associated with certain disabilities. The point of clicking on the look of the
disease is that crepitus associated with visible bursitis can be physiologic and is not
uncommon in a clinical presentation other than any form of crepitus.