10 Rotator Cuff Exercises for Pain Relief (Non-surgical Rehab)

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While rotator cuff surgery may be the best option for some people, the fact is that non-surgical rotator cuff treatments can really help decrease pain and improve function of your shoulder.

So today we’re going to go over the top 10 exercises I share in the clinic to help people who are having pain because of a rotator cuff injury.

And it’s very important to say that you should always check in with your own PT or surgeon before doing any of these movements. These exercises are part of my non-surgical rotator cuff rehab program. If you’re recovering from an actual surgery, you need to follow the timeline and protocol from your surgeon and PT.

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