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Rotator Cuff Injuries

Arthrogram Vs. MRI for Rotator Cuff

The shoulder is a complex joint with multiple tendons and muscles surrounding it. Diagnosis of muscle and tendon tears within the ...
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After-Surgery Torn Rotator Cuff Exercises

Rotator cuff repair is a surgical procedure where the large tendon that makes up the rotator cuff is re-attached to the head of th...
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List the Nerves of the Rotator Cuff

The rotator cuff consists of muscles and tendons that wrap around the head of the upper arm bone, holding it in place within the s...
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Physical Therapy Exercises for the Upper Arm

According to AAOS, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 7.5 million people saw their doctor for a shoulder problem in 200...
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Boxing Jabs That Tear Rotator Cuffs & Ligaments

Any type of boxing jab can cause a torn rotator cuff or ligament in your shoulder. Because throwing a punch uses the muscles in yo...
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How to Stretch a Rotator Cuff

The rotator cuff is comprised of four small muscles deep within in the shoulder that hold your arm bone in the shoulder socket. Th...
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What Are the 4 Muscles in the Rotator Cuff?

The easiest way to remember the four muscles of the rotator cuff is the mnemonic "SITS." These letters spell out the fir...
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What Is the Recovery Time From Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery?

Arthroscopic shoulder surgery is typically performed on rotator cuff injuries such as tendinitis and tears, some of which may be m...
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The Worst Exercises for the Rotator Cuff

Injuries from exercise can happen instantly or slowly. You don’t have to have a sudden traumatic injury to tear your rotator...
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How to Heal an Injured Rotator Cuff

After a rotator cuff injury, a decline in physiological shoulder function is often observed. If left untreated, this can lead to a...
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