Posts Tagged ‘Surgery’

Do I Need Surgery For My Rotator Cuff Tear?

One of the most commonly injured areas of the body is the shoulder. As a physical therapist, I often hear the dreaded question for many patients: “Do I need surgery for my rotator cuff tear?” Given how often injured the shoulder is, this question is very relevant. The shoulder is a dynamic joint, allowing us the greatest mobility […]

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Surgery on the horizon? Make sure you PREHAB!

With Connecticut continuing to lead the country in our response to COVID-19, it has allowed many people to feel more comfortable with scheduling elective surgeries which may have been pushed off for months by the pandemic. But after months of recurring pain and increasing stiffness and restriction, are you at your best leading into your surgery?  […]

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