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Physical Therapist Treat Your Rotator Cuff Tendonitis

The process of physical therapy for rotator cuff tendonitis can help you avoid surgery and decrease pain levels. A physical therapist is a movement expert who provides hands-on treatment and education to patients with physical disorders. Patients are prescribed movement patterns that are appropriate for their specific needs. To learn more about physical therapy for rotator cuff injuries, contact Posh Physical Therapy.

The rotator cuff is a group of muscles that form a cuff around the shoulder joint. These muscles include the infraspinatus, supraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis muscles. They all work together to keep your arm stable and supported while you are reaching overhead, carrying, lifting, and many other daily activities. Rotator cuff tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendons that make up the rotator cuff that were discussed above. This can happen after an injury or due to chronic, repetitive overuse activities. This usually tends to happen over a long period of time while consistently doing the same motion over and over again with improper form. Motions such as lifting heavy items overhead, throwing, pushing, pulling heavy items, or even carrying heavy boxes.

Tendinopathy, Tendinitis, and Tendinosis

Tendinopathy is a condition of overuse that causes pain within and around the affected tendons. This happens when your body can’t properly repair damaged cells and tissue. This condition is causes tendon disorganization and thickening, which in turn damages the tendon’s physical properties, making it more susceptible to fatigue and resulting in pain.

Tendinitis is usually painful, which also has to do with overuse, irritation, strain, degeneration, and poor mechanics.

Tendinosis refers to Degenerated and disorganized collagen without signs of inflammation.

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is useful in assessing the overall damage to the rotator cuff. MRI may be helpful in providing more accurate information about cuff tears, including partial versus complete tears, extent and size of the tear(s), location, and degree of retraction. In cases of chronic rotator cuff pathology, the tendons can be assessed for the presence of fatty degenerative changes in a series of T1-weighted sagittal image sequences.

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According to the latest research evidence, Physical therapy (PT) is the mainstay of first-line treatment for Rotator Cuff tendonitis., even in the case of partial rotator cuff tears. Other treatment options may include NSAIDs, rest/activity modification, and injections. Your physical therapist may show you how to strengthen the scapular stabilizers and rotator cuff muscles, help your regain mobility of your arm and shoulder blade, improve flexibility of all of the muscles that are around the shoulder joint including the pectoralis muscle, biceps, and other scapular muscles. They can also include postural education, and recommend proper activity modifications that can help decrease pain and disability that can occur from rotator cuff tendinopathy. 

We have one of the most popular treatment centers in the heart of Delray Beach, FL. We provide the best  rotator cuff tendonitis and tendinopathy physical therapy. We often notice that patients who properly follow the advice of the physiotherapist make comparatively better recovery.

MRI is a diagnostic tool that uses strong magnets and radio waves to visualize structures of the shoulder. This test allows the physician to determine the extent of the rotator cuff tear. The quality of the images depends on the equipment used to create them. Physical therapy for rotator cuff injuries may be conservative or surgical. Both types of physical therapy can help the patient recover from rotator cuff injury. Book your appointment today!

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          You can now schedule your appointment for Rotator Cuff instantly without any wait time. Just click book now for a Physical Therapy Evaluation and tell us a bit about what is bothering you so we can guide you in the right direction. If you are unsure where you need to schedule an evaluation, you can book a Free no-obligation 15-minute online consultation with our physical therapist, Dr.Solomon Normatov.

          Tendinopathy, Tendinitis, and Tendinosis

          Tendinopathy is a condition of overuse that causes pain within and around the affected tendons. This happens when your body can’t properly repair damaged cells and tissue. This condition is causes tendon disorganization and thickening, which in turn damages the tendon’s physical properties, making it more susceptible to fatigue and resulting in pain.

          Tendinitis is usually painful, which also has to do with overuse, irritation, strain, degeneration, and poor mechanics.

          Tendinosis refers to Degenerated and disorganized collagen without signs of inflammation.

          Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is useful in assessing the overall damage to the rotator cuff. MRI may be helpful in providing more accurate information about cuff tears, including partial versus complete tears, extent and size of the tear(s), location, and degree of retraction. In cases of chronic rotator cuff pathology, the tendons can be assessed for the presence of fatty degenerative changes in a series of T1-weighted sagittal image sequences.

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