Rotator Cuff Tear

Rotator Cuff Tear


Shoulder Rotator Cuff (noun): Rotator cuff tears occur in a chronic or acute manner. A chronic tear, which develops over a period of time, results from the tendon rubbing against the overlying bone. An acute tear is a sudden or powerful movement, as in a baseball pitch or falling onto an outstretched hand.


Individuals will complain of an increasing pain with overhead arm movement, clicking in the shoulder, heightened shoulder laxity, and tenderness on the front, side and back of the shoulder.

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