In a recent article, we dove into the symptoms of rotator cuff tears and how to approach treatment. In this article, we are going to discuss some of
If you have injured your rotator cuff, physical therapy exercises are a great way to reduce your pain and increase you range-of-motion in the
Rotator cuff tears can lead to a host of associated symptoms, including pain, decreased range-of-motion, and more. But roughly 2/3 of rotator cuff
Most people think that torn rotator cuffs need to be treated with surgery. Sometimes rotator cuff surgery is necessary, but in many cases it can be
In a recent article, we talked about the various shoulder conditions and injuries that can impact a person in their 20s and 30s. In this article, we
When a patient comes in with shoulder pain, there are numerous tests that a physician or physical therapist may utilize to help get to the bottom of
A recent study published in the Journal of Shoulder & Elbow Surgery set out to determine why patients choose to undergo surgical repair for
Many patients who suffer a rotator cuff tear want to know if they need surgery to correct the injury, or if they can get by with conservative methods.