Rotator Cuff Pain or Shoulder Injury

Your Rotator Cuff (RC) comprises four muscles (Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres Minor and Subscapularis) which serve to stabilize your shoulder in it’s joint as well as help to move your shoulder in various positions. A RC impingement, strain or dysfunction are the most common causes of general shoulder pain but at CCST we carefully assess, diagnose and treat all other potential causes of shoulder pain as well such as bursitis, labral tear, AC joint, muscle strain, etc.