Rotator Cuff Pain

Do you have pain at the top, side or back of your shoulder? Does your pain get worse if you sleep on your shoulder or lift your arm? This program was designed by a Doctor of Physical Therapy and will teach you the best exercises for alleviating pain due to irritation or a tear of the rotator cuff muscles.


The rotator cuff muscles act to stabilize and rotate the shoulder joint and can be susceptible to tendinopathy (irritation of the tendons) and tears. Of the four muscles, supraspinatus is the most commonly injured rotator cuff muscle and will most typically produce pain at the lateral shoulder that can refer down the arm.

Pain in this region is most commonly referred to as ‘shoulder impingement’ and is often thought to involve structures such as the tendon of supraspinatus, the biceps brachii long head tendon and the subacromial bursa.

If you have pain at the lateral aspect of the shoulder when lifting or reaching overhead, you may be experiencing rotator cuff tendinopathy. The good news is that progressively loading these muscles and tendons via resistance exercises helps to reduce pain and improve function.

If you are experiencing symptoms associated with an injury of the rotator cuff, this program will help reduce pain and improve your overall function.

Disclaimer: Dr. Tom Walters and Rehab Science recommend that you speak with your doctor or physical therapist before participating in this rehab program.  The videos in this program are intended for educational and entertainment purposes only.  No information in the program videos is to be taken as medical or health advice.  You agree, upon purchase, to release Dr. Tom Walters and Rehab Science of any and all liability and responsibility from any and all losses, liabilities, injuries, or damages. You agree to use this program at your own risk.  Seek medical advice if you have any concerns about your individual needs.


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