No More Pain from Torn Rotator Cuff #64

Dick came in with a Torn Rotator Cuff and is extremely happy with the results.
A torn rotator cuff is a very common condition with a tear in the tissues connecting muscle to bone (tendons) around the shoulder joint.
With more than 3 million US cases per year, it requires a medical diagnosis and a lab tests or imaging often required
A rotator cuff tear often occurs in people who repeatedly perform the same shoulder motions.
Symptoms include shoulder pain and weakness.
The West Clinic successfully treats this condition with regenerative injection therapy ad ozone therapy.  Mainstream medical treatments includes rest, medication, physical therapy, corticosteroid injections, and possibly surgery.

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