The aim of this study is to work out the various risk factors related to Calcifying redness (CT), to characterize it epidemiological-clinical-radiological, during a range of cases, and to assess the result of physiotherapy in rising quality and decreasing pain. A prospective experimental intervention to a series of fifty patients (40 experimental cluster and ten management group) diagnosed of CT observed the Rehabilitation Department of the University Welfare complicated of Salamanca was performed, throughout Oct 2011 to Feb 2013. within the initial assessment the demographics, personal history, predisposing factors and sort of calcification (formative/resorptive), were collected. The analysis of the shoulder vary of Movement (initial ROM) was performed. Pain was valued in keeping with visual analog scale (initial VAS). The intervention consisted in prescribing Kinesiotherapy (KT) (if restricted mobility) or numerous electrotherapy modalities (US ultrasound, TENS, Microwave MW, Shortwave point, Interferential IF) (if pain). within the final analysis quality (final ROM) and pain (final VAS) was re-evaluated, additionally to the worldwide patient satisfaction. CT is additional common in ladies (n=36; 72%) than in men (n=14; 28%) (p=0.00).