Rotator Cuff Disorder is one of the most prevalent factors in cases of shoulder discomfort. The rotator cuff is susceptible to a number of common conditions, including calcific tendinitis, tears in the rotator cuff, and subacromial impingement. Most rotator cuff issues may be successfully treated with a combination of exercises, pain relievers, physiotherapy, and, on rare occasions, steroid injections. Rotator cuff disorders develop when shoulder tissues become inflamed or injured. Conditions of the rotator cuff include:
- Tendinitis or bursitis is an infection of the tendons or bursa (bursitis).
- Impingement occurs when a tendon is compressed and scrapes against bone.
- The painful ailment known as calcific tendinitis is caused by the buildup of calcium deposits in the tendons.