Rotator Cuff Tear Treatment

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For normal shoulder function, each muscle must be healthy, securely attached, coordinated and conditioned. When there are full or partial tears to the rotator cuff tendons, movement of the arm up or away from the body is impaired, making it difficult or impossible to rotate the arm in its ball-and-socket joint.

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Rotator Cuff Injuries Shoulder Anatomy The tendons of four muscles in the upper arm form the rotator cuff blending together to help stabilize the shoulder. Tendons attach muscles to bone and are the mechanisms that enable muscles to move bones. It is because of the rotator cuff tendons which connect the long bone of the arm the humerus to the scapula the shoulder blade that we can raise and rotate our arms. The rotator cuff also keeps the humerus tightly in the socket glenoid when the arm is raised. The tough fibers of the rotator cuff bend as the shoulder changes position.

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For normal shoulder function each muscle must be healthy securely attached coordinated and conditioned. When there are full or partial tears to the rotator cuff tendons movement of the arm up or away from the body is impaired making it difficult or impossible to rotate the arm in its ball- and-socket joint. What are Rotator Cuff Injuries

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