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Several types of shoulder use commonly trigger rotator cuff injury: Pushing off with your arms — People with arthritis of the knee, other painful conditions in the legs, or weak quadriceps muscles in the thighs often compensate by pushing off with their arms when they rise from a chair.
*recover from a partial or full-thickness rotator cuff tear *prevent a rotator cuff problem *get maximum shoulder joint stability Treat Your Own Rotator Cuff is a complete program to prevent and rehabilitate rotator cuff injuries for athletes and non-athletes alike.
See a doctor and a physical therapist if you have shoulder problems. This workout will help strengthen the rotator cuff of the shoulders, which is useful for people with injuries and additionally can help prevent injuries, but in no way can replace the experience and expertise of a doctor.