Rotator cuff injuries are what we find in our shoulders. Our rotator cuffs are made up of four muscles and tendons that keep our shoulders stabilised. These muscles and tendons also play an important role in the range of movement in our shoulder, so it is important we look after them!
Rotator cuff injuries are extremely common due to how frequently we use them. The most common injuries tend to fall into one of three categories – these are either strains, tendinitis or bursitis.
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