Rehabiliation of a Shoulder Labrum Tear

A torn labrum is a problem in the shoulder that may cause shoulder pain, frequent dislocations of your shoulder, or problems with properly using your arm. Physical therapy may be necessary to help you decrease pain, improve mobility, and regain normal use of your arm after a labrum tear.

Source: Verywell Health

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