Shoulder Arthroscopy

Total Shoulder Replacement

Rotator Cuff Repair

Revision Shoulder Replacement

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The Rotation Medical Rotator Cuff System

Dislocating your shoulder after falling is common. But regaining strength isn’t so easy

The rotator cuff tendon is formed by four muscles that let you elevate and rotate the shoulder. They converge to form a tendon that attaches to the ball part of the shoulder. If a large tear occurs acutely from a fall, the shoulder can not only be unstable but have significant weakness due to the rotator cuff tendon tear.

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