Rotator Cuff Injuries



The group of muscles and tendons that stabilize the shoulder socket are referred to as the Rotator Cuff. Damage to these tendons may result is stiffness, pain, or loss of mobility in the shoulder. Although this injury is most often caused by direct damage or repetitive overhead motion, it may also be the result of shoulder imbalance.

 

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