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Men's Health

 

Information supplied by Ian Sung, BACK IN MOTION -- HEALTH GROUP  Mt Gravatt

Rotator Cuff Impingement and Tear.

 

normal rotator cuff drawingpinched rotator cuff drawing

 

                        It's a compression of your rotator cuff between the shoulder blade and arm.

 

                        You will commonly experience:

 

                        1.) Night pain

 

                        2.) Pain reaching over head

 

                        3.) hard to sleep on the affected arm

 

                        4.) 'Pinching' pain between 70-120 degrees of shoulder abduction.

 

                        Pain with the following tests indicate positive signs for impingement.

 

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                        Stages of Impingement:

 

                        swelling > inflammatory changes of the tendon > partial/complete tear of the tendon

 

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                        Aggravating movements:

 

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                        when in the shed...REMEMBER TO....

 

  • Always adopt a LUNGE posture, and use your legs to transfer your body weight.
  • If you have knee troubles, use a stool or chair when you need to bend over.
  • When you lift, always use both arms to carry the weight.  Grab someone to help you when it’s heavy.
  • Avoid excessive overhead activities.
  • Stretch and do your shrugs or shoulder squeezes every 10-15 minutes.

 

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                        ALWAYS have a STRAIGHT BACK, and PRACTICE keeping your shoulder blades retracted.

 

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Exercises that you can do.

 

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