The Rocky Road To Shoulder Woes

With time, age, and overuse, the probability of developing a rotator- cuff injury increases. What to watch for and how to avoid trouble.

When something goes wrong in your shoulder over a long period of time, it is not usually an isolated event. It is more likely to have been a progression of events involving the four muscles that make up the rotator cuff. Each condition is a little more painful or restrictive than the previous one, but there are some common measures you can take to deal with all of them. …
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