Rotator Cuff Syndrome
Rotator Cuff Syndrome is a condition in which the muscles that support the shoulder joint become inflamed, due to overuse of this most complex joint. It is commonly injured by athletes who participate in throwing activities, like baseball, football, tennis, as well as occupations that require heavy lifting. Rotator Cuff Syndrome can cause pain in the shoulder itself, between the shoulders, lower neck, and arm weakness. These symptoms can lead to more serious complications, therefore it is important if you are experiencing any of these symptoms to get evaluated today.