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*prevent a rotator cuff problem *get maximum shoulder joint stability
*recover from a partial or full-thickness rotator cuff tear
Out of shape rotator cuff muscles don't keep the "ball" in the "socket" - which creates excessive motion in the shoulder joint - extra motion that aggravates things and causes common problems such as bursitis, tendinitis, impingement syndrome, arthritis, and more. On the other hand, keeping your rotator cuff strong and flexible with a few simple exercises is the best way to prevent and treat these problems - it's just that simple!