The rotator cuff is composed of 4 very important muscles. Together they surround your shoulder and help you move the arm. Rotator cuff injuries can cause
"You must have surgery ... " 20 something years ago I was faced with a very important decision. What specialty would I choose to pursue as a physician?
The rotator cuff is a series of four small muscles that control your shoulder. Tears in the rotator cuff are very very common. It turns out that using the term
In episode 4 we explore a biological approach to various common orthopedic issues such as rotator cuff tears. For too long, Orthopedists and the medical device
Rotator cuff tendinosis is one of the most common causes of shoulder pain. The pain caused by rotator cuff tendinosis is usually on the outer side of your arm.
A distal bicep tendon tear or tear of your bicep tendon at the elbow are a common cause of pain, swelling and a "Popeye" bicep deformity. Many patients tell
You are considering rotator cuff surgery. You are concerned about your rotator cuff healing and recovery. Many rotator cuff tears will heal after surgery. Some
Rotator cuff tears are one of the most common reasons why people have shoulder pain. But there are many people who have rotator cuff tears and have no pain.
What is a Shoulder Dislocation? A shoulder dislocation is present when the ball (the top of the humerus) of the shoulder is no longer in contact with the
Partial rotator cuff tears are a common cause of shoulder pain. It is not uncommon for most people to have an MRI report that mentions a partial rotator cuff
Torn rotator cuffs are a frequently encountered problem identified in my office on a daily basis. Sadly, far too many patients are under the assumption that
SLAP lesions are a unique type of labral tear in the shoulder. SLAP lesions occur in overhead athletes due to chronic repetitive stress. But many SLAP