My right rotator cuff tear is being managed non-operatively.
Here's a key part of the rehab program
I'm doing these exercises as often as I can!
We have found that shoulders with atraumatic cuff tears (those that occur without a major injury) respond well to gentle passive range of motion exercises (to prevent adhesions) and low-load repetitive activities (such as rowing machine and fly casting).
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