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In previous episodes we have explored the controversy around the best rehabilitation after rotator cuff (RTC) repair with many papers concluding that it really doesn't matter. But when can you say that things are not going well? And if things are not going well, what can you do about it?
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This article is open access at the time of recording so click the link below for free access.
Target range of motion at 3 months after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair and its effect on the final outcome. Tonotsuka H, Sugaya H, Takahashi N, Kawai N, Sugiyama H, Marumo K. J Orthop Surg.2017 Sep-Dec;25(3):2309499017730423. doi: 10.1177/2309499017730423.
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