what is subcortical degenerative cysts in the humeral head in rotator cuff?

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Answered: What would happen if I accidentally fall after rotator cuff surgery

Since we aren't psychic and have no idea where you fell, what part of your body you fell on, how bad a fall you took or any other pertinent information it's impossible to answer. With the lack of info given you could have no problem, a minor problen or a major problem.

Answered: Rotater cuff surgery

As you can imagine, not all rotator cuff repairs are alike. Sometimes the surgery is much more extensive in terms of the number and importance of structures repaired. Typically your surgeon will release you for full duty work or return to sport after six months, but this might be extended ...

Answered: Non repairable rotator cuff tear i had shoulder ...

Sandra, hi how are you doing this morning? i have had 4ops on left shoulder ,hurtarm falling off truck (i drove a car hauler from Detroit to san francisco)in 1994. Every day my shoulder hurts,it depends on what i do to wrong how bad it hurts matters is your frame of mind. I hope your shoulder STOPS ...

Answered: I have #1 rotator cuff tendinopathy. no tear #2 subacromial impingement

There are several structures that are under where the bone connects to the shoulder blade, called the subacromial space. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles, the subacromial bursa is a fluid filled sac, and the biceps tendon all lay in this space. As the arm moves toward the sky, the ball tends ...

Answered: How bad is the pain involving a rotary cuff tear ...

I had a rotary cuff repair 3 weeks ago. I was not prepared for the amount of pain. It was my left shoulder that also had a large bone spur. I am left handed and everyday tasks are frustrating me. I hate relying on people to ferry me around to physio etc.

Answered: What to do for a tear in rotator cuff?

If you have been diagnosed w/a torn rotator cuff - then your physician should have already scheduled you for appointments w/a physical therapist. Many times, physical therapy & exercising can help repair it - then - other times, surgery is recommended - depending on how serious the injury is.
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