Rotator Cuff

At Global Clinic, we create individual therapy regimens that involve different treatment options to achieve long-lasting results. So you can raise your arm, reach for your morning coffee, and play your favorite sports.


The rotator cuff muscles and tendons hold your upper arm bone in your shoulder socket.


Rotator cuff injuries cause pain in your shoulder, even when you are at rest. The pain commonly increases when you lift your arm and worsen with overhead activities.

A traumatic fall, lifting heavy weights incorrectly, repetitive arm motions, or overuse can cause rotator cuff injury.  An impinged nerve in the neck may cause shoulder pain. Therefore, understanding the source of pain is imperative for a successful treatment. 


Grinding or a popping sound when you move your arm. Shoulder pain.

Treatment Options

Regenerative Medicine 

Pain Management

Physical Therapy