Rotator Cuff Tear
Rotator cuff injury is a condition in which the rotator cuff is torn and damaged due to various causes such as external impact and degenerative changes.
The four muscles and surrounding tissues that surround the shoulder lose their original function.
As the muscle repeatedly collides between the shoulder and joint bones, appropriate treatment is needed to relieve pain.
Causes of rotator cuff tear
Excessive use of the shoulder.
Degenerative changes due to aging.
Repetitive overhead activities.
Injury caused by excessive exercise.
Symptoms of rotator cuff tear.
Rotator cuff tears are typically classified into six types, including those with a hole, a thinning appearance, a fraying appearance, a splitting appearance, as well as those that are thickened and swollen, or completely torn.
Especially since rotator cuff tears are closely related to shoulder function, it is important to treat them to prevent any hindrance in daily life.