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A Literature Review of Studies Evaluating Rotator Cuff Activation during Early Rehabilitation Exercises for Post-Op Rotator Cuff Repair

@inproceedings{Wells2016ALR,
  title={A Literature Review of Studies Evaluating Rotator Cuff Activation during Early Rehabilitation Exercises for Post-Op Rotator Cuff Repair},
  author={S. Wells},
  year={2016}
}
  • S. Wells
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Wells SN, Schilz JR, Uhl TL, Gurney B. A Literature Review of Studies Evaluating Rotator Cuff Activation during Early Rehabilitation Exercises for Post-Op Rotator Cuff Repair. JEPonline 2016;19(3):70-99. Despite the modern advancement of surgical repair equipment and techniques, many rotator cuff repairs do not clinically heal. Prescribed rehabilitative exercises must appropriately load the repaired muscle-tendon complex to promote healing and prevent capsular adhesions without damaging the… CONTINUE READING

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