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The rotator cuff consist of tendons of four different muscles. The exact medical definition of a rotator cuff injury means some kind of damage to the tendons, like a tear or impingement.


Rotator cuff tear is muscle and labral tear is cartilage.


what is the payout for roator cuff tear


A rotator cuff tear is a subset of sprained shoulders.


The rotator cuff is a group of tendons and their related muscles that helps keep the upper arm bone securely placed, or seated, into the socket of the shoulder blade. Rotator cuff disorders are usually caused by a combination of factors, such as normal wear and tear. Age-related degeneration slowly damages the rotator cuff, causing one or more tendons to rub against the bones (impingement). Partial or complete tears to the rotator cuff tendon are more likely to occur when the rotator cuff is already scarred, weakened, or damaged. A complete rotator cuff tear in a person with an otherwise healthy shoulder is most often caused by an extremely forceful injury. PAINPAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


A group of 4 muscles form the rotator cuff and help to stabilise the shoulder joint. It means that there is a tear in the rotator cuff muscles about 1.5 x 1.5 cm g. Rotator cuff injuries causes difficulty in lifting your arm and may require surgical intervention


Rotator cuff tears (tendon tears around the shoulder joint) can repair over time, but depends on a number of factors including, site, size of tear, age of patient, cause of tear. In the elderly population rotator cuff tears are very common but do not bother them. With the correct physio/exercises one can incorporate the rest of the rotator cuff to compensate and so may not need surgical intervention.


Well, your 'rotator cuff' is comprised of four muscles: Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres Minor, and Subscapularis. These four muscles encompass, and therefore stabolize, the glenohumeral joint (the joint where your arm[humerus bone] joins your shoulder blade[scapula bone]). These muscles help move your arm at the shoulder in all angles. So, if you have a 'rotator cuff tear' it is an injury or strain to one or more of these muscles.


A tear of the supraspinatus is a tear of the rotator cuff of the shoulder. Arthroscopic surgery is the repair to repair for this.


Brett Favre has a tear in his biceps tendon. When that was repaired before signing with the Minnesota Vikings they also found out he also has a minor tear in his rotator cuff in his shoulder.



I Recently had shoulder surgery for impinged rotator cuff, torn labral and small tear in rotator cuff, this was a workmans comp case, can i expect any type of compensation for this incident.


I had limited mobility due to pain and I could not lift very much


Yes. Your rotator cuff holds your shoulder in place. Any tear will cause great pain raising your arm above your head, problems sleeping, etc. Unfortunately, surgical procedures are usually the only way to fix it.


Is your tear complete? Some, may be most shoulder specialists wouldn't consider repair of a full thickness rotator cuff care elective. Yes, one can choose not to have surgery, but the result will be permanent damage, loss of function, and perhaps chronic pain. Answer: If you can't do all of your duties at your job due to your injury, you can file for short term disability benefits.


An impingement or a secondary sign of a rotator cuff tear in the shoulder area. Subacromial bursal indicates the sign of fluid around the joint area. The Bursa can also become inflamed. The fluid retention and inflamation can cause Rotator Cuff disease.


No, it wont spontaneously heal itself. It honestly depends on the level of the tear. There are 4 muscles that are called the rotator cuff. It depends on how many are torn or how badly they are torn. There are exercises you can do to help strengthen those muscles and help prevent subluxation. (Your shoulder dislocating) Sometimes surgery is unavoidable.



shoulder pain can come from the rotator cuff is there a tear or shelf the cuff sets on sometimes the pain is so bad then they end up operating if it doesn't get better up to the orthopedic dr


If you have a tear than yes you may need to have surgery. The longer that it is put off the worse the condition can get. If it is a pulled muscle then no but with a tear yes... It could turn into something more serious if it is avoided...


The rotator cuff is what allows you to move your shoulder in different directions as well as holds in in place. It is a group of four tendons and muscles that converge around the upper bone of your arm, the humerus. While this is one of our most mobile joints, it is also a bit weak and too much stress can cause partial tears and swelling in the tendons. Sudden, abrupt stress can even cause the tendon to pull away from the bone entirely or a tear in the middle.


The supraspinatous is one of the 4 tendons that form the rotator cuff of the shoulder. Full-thickness means the tear is completely through thesupraspinatoustendon. If not full-thickness, it would be categorized as partial.


Rotator cuff pain is treated in many different ways, depending on the severity of the injury. The rotator cuff is the group of muscles that attach to the shoulder blade and the humerus head, and when they contract they cause shoulder rotation and abduction. Most rotator cuff injuries are actually injuries to the tendon part of the muscle group, just proximal to the insertion point on the humerus. This part of the tendon often gets torn or irritated as it passes under the acromion process of the shoulder blade. Treatment should be directed at reducing tightness and tenderness in the bellies of the rotator cuff muscles, reducing the inflammation in the tendon, and then increasing strength in the muscles. If the tear in the tendon is substantial, the conservative treatment above may not work, and surgical re-attachment or repair might be indicated. Keith E. Biggs, DC


Yes, but trust me you need to rest a lot....and ice it as much as possible and rest and rest and rest..the best way to heal it is to REST!!!! Cheers


The first symptom of a rotatory cuff tear is difficulty or inability to perform tasks that involve using your shoulder, such as combing your hair or clasping your bra behind your back. Another symptom is decreased strength, followed by pain, usually while performing the aforementioned tasks, or, when the tear is more severe, at rest.



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