A tear in the shoulder is a long-lasting injury disabling the shoulder and putting it at constant risk. The most common shoulder injury is a rotator cuff tear but there may be other mild tears in your shoulder such as a biceps tendon tear. Regardless, you will likely get an MRI to determine the exact damage in your shoulder and your doctor will then recommend treatment.
There are different options to consider before undergoing Rotator Cuff Tear surgery. Both Stem Cell Therapy and Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy offer effective alternatives to shoulder surgery and can even be used in combination to increase the success of treatment.
A rotator cuff injury is often persistent and the healing process last months. In many cases, the shoulder doesn’t fully heal leaving a person susceptible to weakness, pain, and stiffness. In severe cases, surgery for a rotator cuff tear is recommended but I am here to tell you that this surgery can be unnecessary.
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