Tears of the rotator cuff are a very common reason for shoulder pain, weakness and poor motion. The rotator cuff is a group of deep muscles all around the shoulder joint. They provide stability and power to the joint, and unfortunately, they are prone to both injuries and wear with overuse and aging. Some of … More Tears of the Subscapularis: Hidden and Forgotten, No More!
Tears of the rotator cuff represent a leading reason for shoulder pain worldwide. Surgery is oftentimes considered for those individuals with a torn rotator cuff when symptoms do not improve despite medications, injections, and physical therapy. Luckily, many rotator cuff tears can be repaired arthroscopically. This is particularly true when cuff tears are repaired right … More Transfer of the Lower Trapezius: An Option to Consider for Bad Rotator Cuff Tears that Cannot Be Fixed
The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons extremely important for the function of the shoulder. Tearing of the rotator cuff tendons represents one of the most common reasons of shoulder pain, weakness and poor function (Acute Tears of the Rotator Cuff: Why seek Help Immediately?; A Few Common Questions About Rotator Cuff Tears: … More A tiny nerve in the shoulder can create so much trouble! All you need to know about the suprascapular nerve
Rotator cuff tears represent one of the most common reasons for shoulder pain. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons very important for the function of the shoulder joint. Do you know why the name “cuff” is used? This is because the tendons of these four muscles blend together as they attach … More Arthroscopic Repair of the Rotator Cuff: How is it Done? What to Expect?
If you, any of your friends, or a family member suffers from shoulder pain, chances are the rotator cuff was brought up as a possible culprit, right? The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons very important for the function of the shoulder. Four muscles form the rotator cuff: subscapularis, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, and teres minor. These muscles originate from the shoulder blade and their tendons attach to the upper part of the arm bone or humerus. When tendon fibers become detached from bone, the term rotator cuff tear is used. Rotator cuff tears are one of the most common reasons of shoulder pain, and paradoxically, at the same time, there are many, many people that have a torn rotator cuff and never suffered pain or any other shoulder issues! Isn’t that something! … More A Few Common Questions About Rotator Cuff Tears: How Do They Happen? Do They Heal? Do They Get Bigger? Why?
Few shoulder conditions will occasionally bring individuals to tears, literally. Calcifying tendonitis is one of them. Although this condition improves on its own most of the time, it can be really painful for a while! Luckily, most individuals with calcifying tendonitis do not require surgery; however, when required, surgical removal of the deposits of calcium can feel like a life-saver…, and it is done using minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery. … More How Can Calcium Granules in the Tendons of the Shoulder Hurt so Much?! All You Need to Know About Calcifying Tendonitis
Joint replacements have proven to be a huge breakthrough in orthopedics. Learn more about the two types of shoulder replacements. … More Shoulder Replacement: Anatomic and Reverse. What is the Difference?
Rotator cuff tears can cause pain and inhibit you from doing your everyday activites. Learn the importance of an early diagnosis and treatments options. … More Acute Tears of the Rotator Cuff: Why seek Help Immediately?