Rotator cuff tears can be a painful and debilitating injury, limiting range of motion in the shoulder and causing difficulty with everyday activities. The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles located around the shoulder joint which help to stabilize it during movement. Tears occur when there is damage to one or more of these muscles, resulting in pain and decreased mobility. In some cases, surgery may be necessary for treatment but luckily there are also integrative options available that can provide relief from pain and limited range of motion associated with rotator cuff tears.
The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint and keep it in place. These muscles and tendons help lift the arm and rotate it inwards and outwards. The shoulder is a super complex joint that has the most range of motion in the body, which inherently makes it
At my Orthopedic Acupuncture & Dry Needling clinic in Tampa, FL, I treat rotator cuff shoulder shoulder pain every single day. I am usually able to help just about every kind of shoulder pain with the advanced techniques I use. The most common issues Orthopedic Acupuncture & Trigger Point Dry Needling can help are: Torn
If you’re ever tweaked your back or hurt your knee, you know how annoying it can be. Everyone who’s missed out on things they enjoy doing will eventually ask, “Why do I still have pain?”. The reality – PAIN IS COMPLEX. If it was easy to understand and deal with, then it wouldn’t be the
Causes of Shoulders Popping, Cracking or Clicking Tight Muscles Are Causing Tendons to Run Over Bone The 4 rotator cuff musles – Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres, Subscapularis and the other supportative musculature of your entire shoulder girdle could be tight. This can cause the entire biomechanics of your shoulder to be throw off and cause compensations,