What You Should Know About a Proximal Biceps Tendon Tear

Above the biceps muscle is the proximal biceps tendon that attaches to the shoulder. The proximal biceps tendon has two parts: the long head and the short head. Almost all injuries to the proximal biceps are to the long head of the tendon.

Source: Verywell Health

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