Rotator Cuff InjuriesFind a Doctor
The shoulder joint has a unique construction.
While the ball-and-socket that connects the shoulder blade with the upper arm bone is similar to joints like the hip, the shoulder's ball is bigger, so it looks more like a golf ball sitting on a tee. Learn more
Learn about the symptoms of rotator cuff injuries.Learn more »
Simple procedures help your doctor diagnose a rotator cuff injury.Learn more »
Several treatment options are available for rotator cuff injuries.Learn more »
Learn strategies for recovering and preventing rotator cuff injuries.Learn more »
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