Rotator Cuff Tears Is Most Common in People Over the Age of 55
The Wear and Tear of Life – Some of the most common problems in the upper extremity are rotator cuff issues. Most Rotator Cuff Tears happen to older patients because it is typically more degenerative in nature. Watch this video interview where Dr. Badia also talks about tennis elbow and other complex nerve compression issues, like carpal tunnel (pinched nerve in your wrist), that tend to occur when ones is a bit older.
Some related links:
- Rotator Cuff Tears (Shoulder Pain): https://www.drbadia.com/shoulder/
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS): https://www.drbadia.com/cts/
- Tennis Elbow: https://www.drbadia.com/tennis-elbow/
- Basal Joint Arthritis: https://www.drbadia.com/thumb-arthritis/
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