The Rotator cuff tear is a common shoulder injury caused by lifting heavy objects regularly or due to aging and degeneration. Book an Appointment now and get the Rotator Cuff Injury Treatment.
The rotator cuff is a combination of muscles and tendons that link your upper arm bone, the humerus, to your shoulder blades. The rotator cuff also holds your upper arm bone in place in your shoulder socket. The four muscles of the rotator cuff are the supraspinatus, the infraspinatus, the teres minor and the subscapularis. Each muscle is connected to the arm bone by a tendon. Rotator cuff repair is the surgery used to repair a tear in one of these tendons.
People of all ages injure their rotator cuffs. Some are good candidates for surgery, while others will pursue different treatments.
You can injure your rotator cuff through wear and tear or poor movement patterns over time. Slouching and chronically pushing your head forward are two movement patterns that put your rotator cuffs at risk. As you get older, the rotator cuff can be irritated or pinched by calcium deposits in your shoulder area or bone spurs due to arthritis.
Repetitive stress is another culprit. Tennis players, swimmers, and baseball pitchers are at risk for repetitive stress injuries of the shoulder, as are carpenters and painters.
The main purpose of surgery involves the re-attachment of tendon to the upper arm bone. The two main options for surgical treatment are:
Confident Clinic offers the Rotator Cuff Injury – It is treatable by a medical professional and a physiotherapy prescribed by an authentic trainer. Many people recover from rotator cuff with physical therapy exercises. There are other ways to treat rotator cuff tear injury are corticosteroid injections. It can possibly require surgery if the case is out of control.