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How long are players usually out for a rotators cuff injury?

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Depends: on the extent and depth of the tear and nature of surgery. Even with PT- figure 4-6 weeks for a great outcome.

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How long do cuff rotator injuries last?

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Dr. Joseph Bouvier
Pediatrics 25 years experience
Depends: This depends on the severity and type. Minor ones my heal on own but severe ones usually require orthopedic care and/or physical therapy and if not treated can disable and cause problems for your life time.

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