Rotator cuff injuries occur most in people who make repetitive motions with the shoulder such as throwing a baseball or conducting music. But, these kinds of injuries can affect anyone at any time because of normal wear and tear on a weakened muscle.

The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder and move the arm. When one or more of these muscles or tendons gets torn or injured, limited range of motion and pain are the result. Some people don't understand the damage done and wait to see a professional. They keep using the arm to the best of their ability thinking it will just start to get better. But, without proper care of the shoulder, healing time is slow and sometimes never really happens.

Working the muscles and tendons with specific exercises and home rehab is an important part of making the area stronger to avoid the same injury again. Nutrition also plays a huge part in the function of the body and in the healing process. We will give you all the tools you need to strengthen the area of injury and decrease the chances of another injury that can set you back immensely. All it takes is a moment to contact us for an appointment to discuss threatment options that fit your particular condition.

 

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