Rotator Cuff Injury Treatments in IL
When to Receive Rotator Cuff Treatment
Injuries to the rotator cuff limit basic everyday functions and you should address your shoulder pain no matter the severity. It’s not wise to fight through pain because these cumbersome restrictions of motion will only get worse if ignored. Your dull pain could be significant, such as a loss of function from a rotator cuff tear or strain. Speaking with a doctor to get an accurate diagnosis is key to ensure your recovery. Often a rotator cuff injury can be treated with physical therapy exercises to improve strength and flexibility in the muscles, however surgery is occasionally a common choice to quickly fix the issue. Our doctors at IBJI will create a custom treatment and recovery plan suited to your condition, with assistance from diagnostic imaging technology.
Rotator Cuff Treatment at IBJI
The shoulder and rotator cuff specialists at the Illinois Bone & Joint Institute will successfully diagnose your painful condition and get you back to full, confident, and pain-free function. Contact your nearest IBJI location today to discuss your potential rotator cuff pain with our experienced staff and physicians.
Rotator Cuff Conditions & Treatments
The following are examples of conditions and treatment methods that IBJI utilizes to treat pain related to a rotator cuff diagnosis.
- Joint Replacement
- Outpatient Joint Replacement
- Sports Medicine
- Arthroscopic Surgery
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