Tendonitis, tendonosis, tendonopathy:
Tendonopathy can be a painful condition, and it can affect multiple tendons in the shoulder. Luckily, there are treatments available that can help. If you think you might have tendonopathy, it’s important to see a doctor or specialist who can help you get on the road to recovery.
This condition is characterized by too much contact between the back part of the greater tuberosity of the humeral head and the back-upper part of the glenoid border when the arm is in extreme ranges of abduction and external rotation.
The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles and their tendons that provide strength and stability to the shoulder during motion. They are also known as the SITS muscles, named for the first letter of each muscle (supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subcapularis). The muscles arise from the scapula and connect to the head of the humerus, forming a cuff around the glenohumeral (GH) joint.
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A rotator cuff tear may result from an acute injury, such as a fall, or may be caused by normal aging-related wear and tear with degeneration of the tendon. You may feel pain when you try to sleep on the affected side.
You may note weakness of your arm and difficulty with routine activities such as combing your hair or reaching behind your back.
If the tear occurs with injury, you may experience acute pain, a snapping sensation, and immediate weakness of the arm.
A rotator cuff tear can extend or get larger over time. This can occur normally over time, or with repetitive use or a re-injury. It is common for patients with known rotator cuff disease to have acute pain and weakness following a minor injury. This likely represents extension of an existing tear.
If you know you have a rotator cuff tear, worsening pain and decreasing strength may mean the tear is getting larger.
The majority of rotator cuff tears can be treated nonsurgical using one or more of these treatments:
The goals of treatment are to relieve pain and restore strength to the involved shoulder.
Even though most tears cannot heal on their own, you can often achieve good function without surgery.
If, however, you are active or use your arm for overhead work or sports, surgery is most often recommended because many tears will not heal without surgery.
Rehabilitation plays a critical role in both the nonsurgical and surgical treatment of a rotator cuff tear.
When a tear occurs, there is frequently atrophy of the muscles around the arm and loss of motion of the shoulder. An exercise or physical therapy program is necessary to regain strength and improve function in the shoulder.
After surgery, the repair must be protected from certain activities that may put healing at risk. As such, a therapist can provide a safe and progressive therapy program.
Even though surgery repairs the defect in the tendon, the muscles around the arm remain weak, and a strong effort at rehabilitation is necessary for the procedure to succeed. Complete rehabilitation after surgery may take several months or even up to a year.
It’s a common problem, but one which is rarely spoken of. Many people suffer from shoulder pain, and it can be difficult to find a solution. Thankfully, there are plenty of places to seek help. Firstly, you’re going to need to rule out any possibility of serious injury. Seek medical attention if you suspect a problem. Then, you can start to look for a physiotherapists to work on the muscles. There are also stretches and exercises which can be done. These should be practiced regularly. The sooner you start treatment, the better chance you have of success.