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subscapularis tear


Posted by glaserkg

what causes it ?  what are the symptoms?  how to treat it?                                       / 
 
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The Subcapularis muscle is a part of the rotator cuff muscles. It is a stabilizing for the shoulder. It  allows for inward rotation of the shoulder.

 

A tear can occur in the subcapularis muscle with an acute injury during sports and also degeneration.

 

Usually surgery is an option for a subscapularis tear with a rehabilitation program afterward.

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