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Bicep won't flex anymore. What caused the loss of strength?

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Dr. Robert Alexander
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In brief: Possible Tendon Loss

Rupture of the biceps tendons or nerve damage may result in the inability to contract the muscle to produce flexion moves.

In brief: Possible Tendon Loss

Rupture of the biceps tendons or nerve damage may result in the inability to contract the muscle to produce flexion moves.
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