Rotator Cuff Tears

The physiotherapy offered at Whole Health Chiropractic in Nampa is meant to resolve some of the most common sports and work-related injuries. The shoulder is a complex group of body parts, and unfortunately, tears to the rotator cuff are a common ailment among tennis players, as well as painters and other people whose work requires them to raise their arms for long periods. We stress the need for prevention but are prepared with several complementary treatments for those whose rotator cuffs have worn out.


To understand how the muscles in a rotator cuff tear, imaging a whole wearing through a pair of jeans. The injury may be due to a sudden, dramatic change, but it is usually due to individual threads breaking down over time. However, there are several other shoulder injuries which feel similar to a rotator cuff tear, so it is essential for people with shoulder injuries to visit Dr. Oberti to determine whether the muscle is the problem.


The worst rotator cuff tears may require surgery, but even in these cases, the patients will still need physical therapy to regain full use of their arms and control their pain. Dr. Oberti is experienced in crafting personalized exercise and using microcurrent therapies to stimulate muscle healing and strengthening.


Dr. Anthony J. Oberti operates Whole Health Chiropractic at 430 W Iowa Ave #A, Nampa, Idaho, 83686. To schedule an appointment, visit WholeHealthNampa.com or call 208-442-1123.


 

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