Top 4 Shoulder Exercises for Rotator Cuff Injury
If you have a rotator cuff tear, you’re not alone. It happens to millions of people every year. It’s a common cause of shoulder pain. However, the research highlighted the prevalence of rotator cuff tear in the general population is normal, which increased with age. In addition, the Asymptomatic tear (patients with rotator cuff tear but without any pain or symptoms) was twice as common as the symptomatic (patients with rotator cuff tear with painful shoulder). (Read More)
Many studies have shown that conservative treatment (Physical Therapy) is effective in patients with rotator cuff tears (Read more) and even the clinical outcome of re-tear patients after surgery is as good as those with successful repair, (Read More). I believe this is an important message for you if you experience rotator cuff tear.
We have summarized 4 exercises to begin your shoulder rehabilitation right away. These exercises should be done daily at least once a day. However, before trying this routine consult your physical therapist.
Before trying these exercises make sure to consult your physical therapist. If you have any question feel free to contact us through [email protected]
Dublin Sports Injury Clinic is a physical therapy clinic based in Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin2. we have a holistic approach to our assessment and treatment. The initial assessment helps us to explore the cause of your injury and help you to get pain free shortly and stop any further injuries. We will design a customized training program for you to start with, and we coach you and monitor your progress closely. We will prescribe relative rest or modified activities as required. In addition, the patient’s education helps to reduce frustration and encourages compliance. In our clinic, the treatment of rotator cuff will be tailored to every individual.
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