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How Does a Rotator Cuff Injury Occur?

We Treat Rotator Cuff Injuries

Have you suffered from a recent rotator cuff injury? Whether you were throwing a 40-yard pass or tossing a snowball, a serious shoulder injury in the rotator cuff is nothing to ignore. Dr. Darin Bush at Mobility Spine and Sports in Fort Lauderdale, FL offers osteopathic treatment for your rotator cuff injury.

How does a Rotator Cuff Injury Occur

Rotator cuff injuries occur when the tendons in your shoulder become inflamed causing pain when you move the arm up or out. The rotator cuff is made up of tendons that attach muscles from the ribs and shoulder blade to the upper arm. The muscles and tendons facilitate the rotation of your arm, hence the name rotator cuff. When the tendons in the cuff are forced past their natural range the friction can cause tendinitis, subacromial bursitis, or a rotator cuff tear.

Rotator cuff injuries are extremely common in people who repetitively rotate their arms to perform their work. Repeated use can wear the tendons of the rotator cuff because they are constantly rubbing against each other. Injury can also occur from a sudden movement outside of your usual comfort zone. In this case, tons of friction is applied at once, which can severely injury or tear the tendons. Regardless of the way it happened, be assured that a visit to Mobility Spine and Sports in Fort Lauderdale, FL, can help you with any rotator cuff injury you might have.

How to Treat a Rotator Cuff Injury

It is best to see your doctor first if you know your shoulder is injured. They will be able to diagnose your problem and determine the best line of treatment. Treatment for a rotator cuff injury from Dr. Bush in Fort Lauderdale, FL, is a unique process for every individual. Depending on the cause of the injury, the severity of the tear, or the lifestyle of the patient, the osteopathic approach applies a variety of physical therapy techniques to restore your range of motion and build back your muscle.

Treatment for rotator cuff injuries could also involve a combination of a cortisone shot, a trail of physical therapy, or a medical operation. Do not wait to treat your injury, doing so can cause permanent tendon damage. If you are currently experiencing pain in your shoulder it might be a sign of inflammation in your tendons. Begin restoring your health today.

Visit Mobility Spine and Sports in Fort Lauderdale, FL, to treat your rotator cuff injury. Call Dr. Bush at (954) 414-7080 to schedule an appointment for your unique osteopathic treatment.

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