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Williams had heard horror stories about recovering from shoulder surgery — and like most people, understood that a torn rotator cuff meant his options were limited.
About 40 percent of participants had rotator cuff problems, compared with 8 to 14 percent in the general population.
Injury updates: Starter Miguel Gonzalez returned to rehab at Triple-A Charlotte after having a setback in his recovery from right rotator cuff inflammation.
Two years later, the Philadelphia Common Pleas Court jury awarded Lisi $2.4 million in punitive damages for the injuries suffered to her rotator cuff, neck and shoulders and $600,000 in compensatory damages, the Post-Gazette reported.
Last week, a Philadelphia jury awarded Lisi $3 million following a lawsuit over the October 2016 assault at the upscale restaurant, which Lisi said resulted in nerve damage from a torn rotator cuff.
And throwing the ball with a stiff shoulder could lead to a torn rotator cuff.
Before the game, the Mets placed struggling relief pitcher A.J. Ramos (rotator cuff tendinitis) and infielder Wilmer Flores (sore back) on the disabled list.
Fent, who'd become addicted to pain pills prescribed for a torn rotator cuff, lingered for two days.
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ROTATOR CUFF Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rotator cuff for English Language Learners
medical : a group of muscles and tendons that are around your shoulder and that allow it to move in all directions
medical Definition of rotator cuff
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